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THE YEAR ENDING 6rii JANUARY, 

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DIOCESE OF MONTREAL, 



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THE YEAR ENDING 6th JANUARY, 

1866. 



Established Uth Ootobbb, 1850. 

laOOBPORATBO BY ACT OF PaBUAMKNT, 14 AND 15 VICTORIA, OaP. lIU 




raiNTED BY JOHN LOVELL, ST. NICHOLAS STREET. 

1865. 



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NOTICES. 



The Meetings of the Central Board will be held on the fol- 
lowing days : — 

Wednesday, 1st March. 
" 21st June. 

" 6th September. 

'• 6th December. 

The Annual Sermon for the Widows' and Orphans' Fund is 
appointed hy the Lord Bishop to be preached during the month 
of June : 

And that for the Missionary purposes of the Society during the 
month of January. 

The number of Representatives which each Parish, District, or 
Chapelry will be entitled to send to the Central Board, will be 
determined by the amount of the subscriptions forwarded to the 
Treasurer before the 1st October. Vide Article, By-Law No. 6, 
Clause 4. 



Office, Great St. James Street, Montreal. 
Depot for Tracts, as above. 



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CLKROY 

IN TH» 

DIOCESE OF MONTREAL. » 



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Honorary Can<m». 

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MOST REV. FRANCIS FULVORD, D.D,, 
Lord Dipiiop or Hontrbal and Hktrofoi.itan. 
Dtan VERY REV. J. BEniUNE, D.D. 

( REV. J. P. WHITE, Smior Canon. 

Can<yn$ { 

( REV. P. W. LOOSEHORE, Jun. Caium. 

REV. M. TOWNSEND, H.A. 

REV. W. T. LEACII, D.C.L., LL.D. 

REV. C. BANCROFT, D.D. 

I REV. W. ANDERSON. 

'Archdeacon REV. J. SCOTT, D.D. 

Jiiahop'a Oiaplain VEN. ARCH. SCOTT, D.D. 

'St. Gborob'b Church, REV. W. IJ. BOND, M.A. 

REV. ED. SULLIVAN, B. A., Aatt.Min. 

JFrisity Church, REV. CANON BANCROFT, D.D. 

REV. J. D. BORTHWICK, Asit. Mia. 

[St. Stephen's Church REV. W. B. CURRAN, B.A. 

St. Luke's Church REV. J. IRWIN, M.A. " 

(REV. E. WOOD, M.A. 

(REV. W. M. OGDEN. 

fREV. J. ELLEGOOD, M.A. 

(REV. W. WRIGHT, M.D. 

ChaplcUn to the Forces, REV. T. M. BARTLETT, M .A. 

REV. C. P. ABBOTT, y South Stt^ehj. 

REV. J. ALLAN St. Vincent tie Paul, 

REV. CANON ANDERSON, Rector, S(yrel. 

REV. J. BABIN Buckingham. 

REV. F. G. C. BRATHWAITE, B.A Onslmv. 

REV. W. BRETHOUR, M.A Ormatown. 

REV. F. BURT, Huntingdon. 

REV. H. SURGES, Hochelaga. 

REV. F. CODD, Aijlmer. 

REV. I. CONSTANTINE, M.A Sfanbridge'Eaat. 

REV. H. F. DARNELL, St.John'a. 

REV. J. B. DAVIDSON, B.A., /Yelighaburg . ' 

REV. J. C. DAVIDSON, . . Cowanaville. 

REV. £. DUVERNET, M.A., Rural Dean, Hemmingford. 

REV. T. W. FYLES, Brome Wooda. 

REV. N. V. FENN, M.A., Salrrevoif. 

Lachine. 

REV. A. FORTIN, Ely. 



St. John the RvANtiELiST,. 
St. James the Apostle,. .. . 



IIEV. J. FULTON, M.A liusnoUowi. 

REV. J. OODDEN Houth Potton. 

REV. T. GODDEN, \*»i. Mliiti»tor Ctarencevillc. ^ 

REV. J. ORIDHLE, Portage du Fort, 

REV. JOSEIMI G KIl'FIN Lakefidd, (lore. 

REV. O. IIEATON, M. A., Cote dc$ Seizes. 

REV. JOHN JOHNSTON tlull. 

REV. W. J0NE.1 tlranlty. 

REV. W. T. LEACOCK rhambli/. 

BEV. C. n. LANCASTER T/iomv. 

REV. H. r. LEWIS, n. A Snhreoois. 

REV. D. LINDSAY. M.A H'a'erloo. 

KEV. R. LINDSA V, M.A h'lumllon, Drome. 

REV. A. U. LOCKIIAUT LacolU'. 

REV. R. LONSDELL, M.A.,;Reotor, Kurnl Deaii,..S7. Andreio$. 

REV. J. A. McLEOD, M. A., Chriatieville. 

REV. W. C. MEUIUCK, M.A Berthkr. 

REV. JOSEPH Mi<:iUUCK AfoHn. 

REV. U. MONTGOMERY, Rector, Philipahurg. 

REV. T. W. MUSSEX, B.A West Farnham. 

REV. A. C. NB8BITT, Aylwhi. 

REV. FRED. 8. NEVE Grenvitle. 

REV. G. H. I'ARKER, Asdt. Bliuistcr, Dunham. 

REV. JAMES FYKE, Pointe d Cavagnol. 

REV. JOHN READE Mascouche. 

REV. F. ROBINSON, BI.A., Abbott^ord. 

REV. G. ROBINSON Clarendon. 

KEV. C. ROLLIT, liawdon. 

VEN. ARCH. SCOTT, D.D., Re"btor Dunham. 

HEV. W. in. SEABORN, Kildare. 

REV. J. SEAMAN Wakefield. 

REV. J, SMITH, Sutton. 

BEV. G. SLACK, M.A., Rural Dean, Bet^fwd. 

REV. E. G. SUTTON, Edwardstoum. 

REV. A. O. TAYLOR, St. Hyajinthe. 

REV. CANON T0WN8END, M.A., Rector, ClarenceviUc. 

REV. A. T. WUITTEN,..*. West Sh^ord. 

REV. H. WBAY, B.A., New Glasgow ani Kilkenny. 

REV. T. A. YOUNG, M.A,, CoteauduLac. 

RETIRED. 

REV. J. BRAITUWAITE, M.A., ..CMmhly. 

REV. T. JOHNSON Rougemont. 

REV. J. MoMASTERS, 

BEV. J. JONES, Grar^. 






PRAYERS 

TO BE USED AT ALL MEETINGS OF THE SOUIETV, AND OV 
ITS SEVERAL ASSOCIATIONS. 



Prevent U8, Lord, in till our doings, with Thy most gracious 
favour, and further us with Thy continual help ; that in all our 
works, begun, continued, and ended in Thee, wo may glorify Thy 
Holy Name, and finally, by Thy mercy, obtain everlasting life, 
through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. 

merciful God, who hnst made all men and hutest nothing 
that Thou hast made, uor wouldest the death of a sinner, but 
rather that he should be converted and live ; Have mercy upon 
ajl Jews, Turks, Infidels, and Heretics, and take from them all 
ignorance, hardness of heart, and contempt of Thy word ; and su 
fetch them home, blessed Lord, to Thy flock, that they may b^ 
saved among the remnant of the true Israelites, and be one fold 
under one Shepherd. Prosper, Lord, the labours of those So- 
cieties of the Church in the land of our Fathers, which Thou hast 
deigned to use in the promotion of this object, and which have 
nourished the Church in the Colonics ; and bless in like manner 
with Thy Holy Spirit and Providential succour the Society in 
whose cause we are now met, and the undertaking which we have 
now in hand. ** Prosper Thou the work of our hands upon us ; 
prosper Thou our handywork," for the sake and through the 
merits of thp same Thy Son Jesus Christ our Lord, who liveth 
and reigneth with Thee and the Holy Ghost, one God, world 
without end. Amen. 

Our Father, which art in Heaven, Hallowed be Thy Name, 
Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done in earth, as it is in Heaven. 
Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our 'trespasses, 
as we forgive them that trespass against us. And lead us not into 
temptation : But deliver us from evil : For Thine is the kingdom* 
the power and the glory, for ever and ever. Amen. 



CONSTITUTION 

OF 



Incorporated by the Statute op Canada, 14 and 13 Victoria, Cap. l7l,. 

FOR promoting THE FOLLOWING OBJECTS, VIZ. : 

1st.— The encouragement and support of Missionaries and Clergymen 
of the United Church of England and Ireland, within the Diocese of 
Montreal, including the creation of funds towards the augmentation of 
the Stipends of poor Clergymen ; and towards making a provision for 
those who may be incapacitated by age or infirmity, and for Widows 
and Orphans of the Clergy of the said Church in the said Diocese. 

2nd. — Circulating in the said Diocese the Holy Scriptures, and such 
publications as have the sanction of the Church, viz. : — Prayer Books,. 
Homiliep, Catechisms, Collects, and Canons, with the addition of Books 
and Tracts circulated by the Society for Promoting Christian Know- 
ledge, in London. 

3rd. — Obtaining and granting aid towards the endowment of Parishes 
or Missions, according to the establishment of the said Church in the 
said Diocese, and the management of all matters relating to such ea- 
dowmeats. 

His Excellency the Governor-General, if a member of the Ghnrch of 
England, shall be requested to become the Patron of the Society. 

The Lord Bishop of the Diocese of Montreal shall be the President o£ 
the Society, and shall be ex-officio Chairman of all meetings of the So- 
ciety, and of all Committees thereof, at which he may be present. The 
Vice-Presidents shall consist of such Chairmen of the different District 
Associations of the Society as are hereinafter provided for, and suclr 
others as shall be nominated at the General Annual Meeting of the So> 
ciety from among its members. . 



THE 



CHURCH SOCIETY 



OF THE 



DIOCESE OF MONTREAL. 



FATBON. 

HiB EXCELI.TNCY THE MoST HONORABLE LORD ViSCOUNT MONCK, GOVBRNOB 

General of British North America, &c., &c., ko. 

PRESIDENT. 
The Most Reverend the Lord Bishop of Montreal. 



VICE-PBESIDENTS. 



Hon. George Moffatt. 
Hon. Mr. Justice Aylwin. 
Hon. Mr. Justice Badgley. 
Hon. Mr. Justice McCord. 
Hon. J. Pangman. 
Colonel Wilgress. 
C. Phillips. 
W. Baker. 

Major Campbell, C.B. 
Col. Stephens Baker. 



The Very Rev.The Dean of Montreal. 
The Venerable Archdeacon Scott. 
The Rev. Canon Leach. 
The Principal of Lennozyille 

College. 
Rev. Canon Townsend. ' 
Rev. Canon Bancroft. 
Rev. Canon Anderson. 
The Rural Deans. 



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MEMBERS OF THE CENTBAL BOABD, 

For thb Ybab 1865. 

The President, Vice-Presidents, and the other Officers of the Society ; 
all ofiBciating Clergymen of every Church and Chapel of the United 
Church of England and Ireland within the Diocese, being members of 
the Society ; and 



KKPRB8BNTATIVE8. 
K. S. TYLEK, 

G . Smith 

T. McaeEN 

S. C. Baoo, 

J. i'AUKIN, 

Dr. Fraskr, 

I). R. Wooi>,. 

G. SiMPSOH 

C. TUOOEY 

K. Tatlob, J 

I. J. G IBB, 

e. MoFPATT, .Tun., 

Dr. Scott 

E. E. Shelton, 

i'rofessor johkbtok, d.c.l., 

James Hctton, 

W. H. A. Daviks, 

John Lovell, 

W. P. Johnston, 



I'ABtsu OK Mission. 



Cathedral. 



St. Goorge's, Montreal. 



J. C. Brtdges, 

Captain Stotherd, K. E ,. 

C. Watkin, 

W. COOPEU 

C. HANDYSinB, 

J. G. Savaoe, 



Trinity Church, Montreal. 



J. Nelson, St. Luke's, Montreal. 

jfnSiS;;;;:.;.";";:::::::":::::::: ! »*. John Evan., Montreal. 

J. S. Dixon, Berthier. 



H. S. Foster, 
S. Dawson 



Henry Thomas'." .'.■.'.'.'.'.' .'.'.".'.■.'.'.■.■.■.'. .■.■.'.■.■.■.■..■ .' f Bromo. 
J. H. Winn, J 

J.C.Baker, ) nunham 

A.L.Brown, f """lam. 

W. Strong, North Gore. 

F. D. FULFOBD, ) Hflm™l..„r„_.« 

DB.COATES,.... ] Hemmiugford. 

J. H. Dixon, Kildare. 

Stephen Burwabh \ <,. l„a,„„,^ 

Edward Jones, JuN., ] St. Andrews. 

T. B. Anderson, St. Armand We»t. 

R. W. Shepherd, Vaudreuil. 

William Clark, West Shefibrd. 

C. S. Row Clarenceville. 

Thoha» Allohin, Kuseelltown. 

P. POLLICA, " 



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MISSION fiOiUtO. 



Very Rev. The Dean of Montreal. 
Rev, Canon Bancroft. 
J. Irwin. 
H. F. Darnell. 
W, Bond, Rural Dean of 

Ilochelaga. 
E. Duvernet, " " 

Iberville. 
R. Lonsdell, «' » 



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Rev. G. Slack, Rural Dean of Bed- 
ford. 

Hon. Geo. Moflfatt. 

Janaes Hutton, Esq. 
: E. E. Shelton, Esq. 
I W. H. A. Daviea, Esq. 
j Colonel Wilgress. 
: J. Simpson, Esq., St. Andrews. 
I R. A. Ellis, Esq., Waterloo. 



St. Andrews. 

The Treasurer and Secretary of the Society. 

BOOK AND TRACT COMMITTEE. 

The Very Rev. Thb Dean op Montreal, Chairman. 

Rev. Canon Leacb, D.C.L. Professor Johnson. 

" " Bancroft, D.D. Rev. R. Lonsdell, M.A. 

" E. Sullivan, B.A. " Canon White. 
*' R. Lindsay. 



WIDOWS' AND ORPHANS' FUND COMMITTEE. 

E. E. Shelton, Esq. • I Colonel Wilgress. 

T. B. Anderson, Esq. i James Hutton, Esq. 

Hon. Judge McCord. j 



CLEE6Y TRUST FUND COMMITT^. 

Lord Bishop of Montreal. T. B. Anderson, Esq. 

Very Rev. The Dean of Montreal. Hon. G. Moffatt. 
R. S. Tylee, Esq. J. Hutton, Esq. 



ENDOWMENT FUND COMMITTEE 
Hon. Judge McCord. 
James Hutton, Esq. 
T. B. Anderson, Esq. 



E. E. Shelton, Esq. 
Rev. W. B. Bond. 



HONORARY COUNSEL. 

Stracban Bethune, Esq. 

TREASURER. 

T. B. Anderson, Esq. 



SECRETARY. 

Rev. Canon White, jiro tern. 



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INCORPORATED CHURCH SOCIETY OF THE DIOCESE OP' 

MONTREAL. 



The Annual Public Meeting of this Society was held in the 
Mechanics' Hall, on Wednesday evening, 18th January, 1865, 
at 7 o'clock. 

The Most Reverend the Lord Bishop op the Diocese, 
Metropolitan, in the Chair. 

Moved by George Moppatt, Jun., Esq. ; seconded by Rev. 
P. W. Loosemore : 

1. Resolved, — That the Report now read be adopted, printed, and cir- 
culated under the direction of the Secretary. 

Moved by Rev. Lewis P. W. Balch, D.D., Secretary of the 
House of Bishops, U. S. ; seconded by S. 0. Bagg, Esq. : 

2. Resolved,— That this meeting desires to return thanks to Almightj- 
God, that amidst the various trials which have been experienced, and 
notwithstanding the gainsayings and speculations that have been multi- 
plying respecting the authority of the Scriptures, the Church, as " tho 
witness and keeper of Holy Writ," has continued to be faithful ; and 
earnestly prays that He will, by His Holy Spirit, enable us, and our 
brethren throughout the world, to hold steadfast to the same, that we 
may hand down, in all its fulness, to succeeding generations, the sacred 
deposit committed to our trust, and prepare the nations for the coming, 
of Christ. 

Moved by C.J. Brydges, Esq. ; seconded by Ven. H, Patton, 
D.C.L., Archdeacon of Ontario ; 

3. Resolved, — That the meeting learns with satisfaction the completion 
of the arrangements which had been entered into with the Society for 
the Propagation of the Gospel, whereby a grant of £1000 sterling has 
been obtained in aid of partial endowments of certain parishes in the 
rural districts; and wishes to impress on all the members of the Church 
in this Diocese the duty of their making faithful efforts both for the 
further accomplishment of the endowment of the Church, as well as for 
the increase of the annual subscriptions to the funds of this Society, to 
meet the payments of the stipends of Missionaries now employed in the 
Diocese. 

Moved by Major Campbell, C.B. ; seconded by Rev. F. G. 
C. Brathwaite, B.A., Onslow: 

4. Resolved, — That the thanks of the meeting be given to all thof e who 
have taken an active interest in the working of the Society, during the 
past year, especially to the members of the Mission Board, and to the 
officers of the Society. 

Moved by Lieut.-General Sir F. Williams, K.C.B. ; seconded 
Rev. Canon Leach, D.C.L. : 

5. Resolved, — That the thanks of this meeting be presented to the Most 
Reverend the Lord Bishop of the Diocese, Metropolitan, for his kindness 
in presiding on the present occasion. 

On the previous evening, Tuesday, 17th inst., at 7 o'clock, 
there was Service in the Cathedral. 

The special Annual Sermon before the Society was preached 
by the Venerable H. Patton, D.C.L., Archdeacon of Ontario. 



REPORT. 



On this the Fourteenth Anniversary of the Incorporated Church 
Society of the Diocese of Montreal, the Committee of the Central 
Board are gratified at being able to state that a steady and 
progressive work is going on in the Diocese through the agency 
of the Society, and would beg to return thanks to Almighty God 
for that measure of success which has attended its operations to the 
present period. 

The Committee are thankful also for this opportunity of ex- 
pressing gratitude to our Heavenly Father for continuing to our 
* country the inestimable blessings of peace, at a time when an un- 
happy civil war has so deeply affected the prosperity of a neigh- 
bouring country, and the efficiency of a sister Church within its 
borders. 

The Committte have endeavoured, in season and out of season, 
to keep before the minds of Churchmen the great responsibility 
devolving upon them in furthering the objects of this Society, 
now entirely^Mhsionary in its designs ; and while gratefully ac- 
knowledging the success which has hitherto at nded their labours, 
the stern fact must not now be hidden that a period has arrived 
in the financial affairs of the Incorporation, requiring extreme 
efforts and exertions to meet the pressing wants of the future. 

It usually happens with Societies of this kind, that the first 
fourteen years is the turning point of their prosperity or otherwise, 
and the members of the Committee have watched with anxiety the 
signs of the cycle in this, as denoting to which point their efforts 
have tended. Thanks to the Great Head of the Church, they are 
not without data to ground hope upon that the turning-point is 
reached, and that it i:ends to encouragement. 

The members of our communion have only to look to the 
prompt and cheerful manner with which the proposal of the Ven- 
erable the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign 
Parts was responded to, when the sum of £1000 stg. was offered 



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to the Diocese, to assist in laying the foundation of an Endowment 
fund, on condition that five times the amount be contributed from 
other sources ; and vrithin the time allowed, the required sum of 
£5000 was raised in thirteen missions ; — this circumstance alone 
shewed vitality, and ground for encouragement among us. But 
while the Committee would point to this as forming a portion of 
the data alluded to ; as also the strict faith kept with all the Mis- 
sionaries deriving support, in part, from the Church Society ; and 
likewise from the well-administered fund for the maintenance of 
the Widows and Orphans of deceased Clergymen ; they would be 
doing an injustice to themselves and to those who may succeed 
them, if they were to withhold the fact that still greater need is now 
rendered necessary for renewed eflfbrts to maintain the. status of 
the work so well begun. This arises from the change effected in 
the By-laws of the Constitution, making the Society more strictly* 
a Missionary agency, than when first constituted. Henceforth 
the Society will assume the character of a Domestic Missionary 
Society, the one great object which it contemplates being that of 
sending forth and sustaining Missionaries in the destitute parts of 
the Diocese ; and with the view of carrying out this object a Board 
of Missions has been formed, whose business it will be to superin- 
tend this work of the Society, &c. It will bo seen from this 
change in the Constitution of the Society, that its managers are in 
earnest that the Church should bend her energies more than ever 
to the Missionary work, and that her scattered children may ye t 
hope for her ministrations. The Board, therefore, fervently trust 
that the Society will, in this character, commend itself to the 
esteem and affection of every member of the Church. 

Although the Society has grown and increased, although it has 
gradually extended its arms to the various extremities of the 
Diocese, yet it still needs for its welfare the earnest support and 
most cordial co-operation of its men bers. It requires now, perhaps, 
more than at any period of its exisvcnce, the prudence and wisdom 
of its directors. For to it many of our Missionaries have now, 
almost exclusively, to look for support ; and it is to be hoped that 
the interest and sympathy which is always felt in the labours of 
the Missionary, will cause all Churchmen to increase their exer- 
tions and contributions in its behalf. 



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The Committee would now desire to lay before the Society the 
general features of their proceedings during the past year, 

INCOME. 

The following is a summary of the Society's receipts for the year end- 
ing Dec. 3l8t, 1864. — {Vide Treasurer's statement.) 

ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS. 

CATHEDRAL. 

Annual Subscriptions, $919 42 

Boxes, 134 27 

Special Donations, 565 00 

1618 6& 

PT. GEORGE'S CHURCH. 

Annual Subscriptions, 425 70 

Boxes, 74 55 

Special Donations, 200 00 

700 25 

TRINITY CHURCH. 

Annual Subscriptions for Brome Woods 

Mission 238 18 

BT. .JOHN THE EVANGELIST. 

Annual Subscriptions, 63 50 

ST. STEPHEN'S CHURCH. 

Annual Subscriptions 54 38 

ST. LUKE'S CHURCH. ; 

Annual Subscriptions, — — — 37 50 

BT. .TAMES THE APOSTLE. 

Annual Subscriptions, 22 50 

Boxes, 15 89 

38 39 

$2750 89 
The above statement exhibits an increase in Montreal Annual Sub- 
scriptions of $106 47. 

The Montreal Parochial Association has paid to the Treasurer the 
sum of $1327 56, which includes $221 contributed through the Mission- 
ary Boxes. It may be as well to mention, that the object of the boxes 
is for receiving the private thank-offerings of the members of families 
for the Mission Fund of the Society. The Clergy of the City Churches 
are recommended to talce charge of the boxes belonging to their re- 
spective congregations, and to use endeavours to secure a more general 
distribution of the same. The Committee confidently hope that by this 
means a larger amount of contributions will be obtained than heretofore. 






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The Oummiltce notice with pleasure some special Donations from 
members of the Churcb, over and above their annual subscriptions, 
towards the support of Missionary work in certain localities ; and trust 
that others may thereby be incited to similar deeds of liberality. 

Annual subscriptions in Country Parishes and Missions. .$1599 86 
This statement shews an increase of $200 44 in the amount of annual 
subscriptions from the Country Missioud, which is considered satisfac- 
tory, as large contributions have been raised for local purposes in many 
of the Missions. 



SSRMONS. 



Collection after Sermons for Mission Fund in the City Churches. $417 76 

Being an increase of $80 33. 
Collection after Sermons in Country Parishes 288 47 

Beings decrease of $145 06. 

This diminution is a matter of regret, as the steady working of the 
Society in maintaining her Missionary operation^?, or entering upon new 
fields of usefulness, depends largely upon this source of income. 

The income of the Society has been, from ordinary sources, $1486 72 
more than last year. 



The sum of $4942 29 has been contributed towards Endowments. 

The total amount raised within the Diocese during the year for Church 
purposes i3[$80,763 6 7 j, which does not include $63,779 43 contributed by 
Subscriptions and Donations towards the erection and necessary appur- 
tenances of the Churches of St. James the Apostle and the New Trinity. 

During the year the Society has granted aid towards the stipends of 
the following Missionary Clergymen and Catechists, to the extent of 
$5694 48, being $16T1 68 more than the sum paid last year. 



Rev. John Gribble, 



Rev. F. G. Brathwaite, 



" Ed. DuVernet, 




J. Seaman, 


" J. C. Davidson, 




F. Codd, 


«' T. W. Fyles, 




A. L. Fortin, 


« B. G. Sutton, 




J. Smith, 


" F. S. Neve, 




I. Irwin, 


*' G. C. Robinson, 




H. B. Wray, 


" J. Godden, 




G. Heaton, 


" W.C.Merrick, 




J. Babin, 


« Jos. Merrick, 




W. R. Seaborn, 


" A. C. Nesbitt, 




Yen. Arch. Scott 


'« C. H. Lancaster, 






CiTBCHISTS. 






Mr. J. Kaapche. 


Mr 


E. J. Fessenden. 



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•• ' " widows' AND orphans' FUND. 

In the Annual Report for the last year, a detailed statement was mad« 
of the amounts received and invested for this Fund, from January, 1851, 
up to January, 1863 ; and it only remains, after mentioning its continued 
prosperity to set forth the receipts, investments and payments made 
since the last report. 

Amount invested Ist January, 1863 920,380 60 

Since received ft-om subsoriptions, collections, &c 2,085 05 

Since invested 3,37560 

Total invested, Jan. 1, 1864 $23,766 00 

Amount received in Montreal after Sermons, for 1864 293 66 

" in Country Missions after Sermons for 1864. . 211 99 

505 85 

Interests and Dividends 1,618 96 

Put to ttie credit of this fund from General Fund as the subscrip- 
tion of 66 Clergymen 95 each 280 00 

2,304 61 

Total invested, January 1, 1865 24,467 84 

Balance in hand to be invested 1,677 10 

Investments. 

Mortgages on Real Estate in Montreal £3300 

Provincial Government Bonds 1,646 3 4 

Montreal Harbour Bonds 600 

City Corporation Bonds 360 

Turnpike Trust Bond 200 

Montreal & Champlain Railroad Bond, £100 sterling 121 13 4 

£6,116 16 8 24,467 34 
Claims upon the Fund. 

Pension to the widow of the late Rev. W. Abbott f 200 00 per annum. 

" " Rev. G. De C. O'Grady 200 00 " 

" " Rev. D.Gavin 20000 " 

" " Rev. E.Whitwell 20000 

The undersigned would respectfully call upon tliose members of the 
clergy who are not subscribers to this fund, or in arrears thereto, of the 
great importance to their families of joining the Fund, or paying up 
their arrears, as the Committee are resolved to recommend to the Society 
the strictest observance of the By-laws passed in the year 1855. 

J. S. McCoBD, 
Chr. W. ^ 0. F. Com. 



ENDOWMENT FUND REPORT. 



In last year's report, mention was made of the contribution made by 
the thirteen Missions, in order to participate in the offer made by the 
S.P.O. of a grant of JC1,000 stg., amonnting to the sum of $26,079, and 
now we have the pleasure of stating the proportionate amounts awarded 
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WAtorloo X128 6 BCurrmejr. 

Hromo 123 8 8 " 

Kildare 128 6 8 " 

FreligliMburgh 128 6 8 " 

Sorel 128' 6 8 

Borthlcr 100 

CowMiyille 40 " 

LMhine 26 " 

Abbottaford 118 16 " 

Chambly lOO " 

Weat Shefford 22 10 " 

VsHdreuil 20 " 

LaooIIe 20 " 

Frelighsbnrgh and Brome, by a resolution of 7th September last, had 
an additional grant each; making their amounts, respectively, equal to 
one-fifth of their contributions. * 

It was further resolved : *' That the several sums of money raised by the 
thirteen above Missions towards an Endowment fund under the offer of the 
S.P.G., together with the amounts granted by the S.P.Q., added thereto 
shall be invested by, and managed in the name of the Incumbent and 
Church Wardens of each Parish or Mission, and the Lord Bishop of the 
Diocese. 

Each Mission or Parish shall send in to the Central Board of the 
Church Society on or before Ist January, annually, a statement in 
detail of the Endowment fund of the said Mission or Parish. 

J. S. MoCoRD, 
' Chr. E. F. Com. 

BOOK AND TBAOT OOlilllTTBK. • 

The Book and Tract Committee, feeling the importance of circulating, 
as widely as possible, the Bibles, Prayer Books, and other useful and 
Educational Works, published by the Society for Promoting Christian 
Knowledge, have, with the consent of the Central Board, disposed of 
their stock of Books to Messrs. Dawson Bros., and to whose central 
premises the Depository has been removed. Messrs. Dawson Bros, have 
also agreed to furnish the Office-room, required by the Church Society, 
for the yearly rent of £20 ; to order the importation of such books, as 
the Book and Tract Committee may direct, from the catalogues of the 
S.P.O.K., which shall be sold at the prices they have been hitherto; 
to furnish to the Church Society, at cost price, such Prayer Books and 
Bibles as may, from time to time, be granted to the poorer districts ; 
and the stock on hand of the S.P.G.K. publications shall never be less 
at. any tim(>, than $1000 value, net cost. The Committee confidently 
hope that by these arrangements the books of the S.P.G.K. will be 
more extensively circulated throughout the Diocese than heretofore, and 
be found productive of much usefulnesj. 



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Tracta are kept at the Society's Office for gratuitous distribution. 

The sum of $480, being amounts received from Messrs. Dawson and 
Mrs. Walton on account of Gommittee, has been deposited in the Bank 
of British North America. 



N. B. — The Clergy, wanting for their own private libraries, standard 
Theological Works, or Parochial or Sunday School Lending Libraries 
will find some facilities rendered them on visiting the^Depository. 



MISSION BOARD. 

This important Board was substituted for the old ^ ay Gommittee, and 
upon its eflfectual operation, the success of the Ghurch Society will 
mainly depend. 

Its object is " to make better provision for advancing Missionary 
work in this Diocese." 

After maturely considering the various modes suggested for carrying 
out the above object, the following plan was adopted, as most likely to 
enlist the sympathies and active co-operation of every section of the 
Diocese, both in the city and country parts. 

1. That the Rural Dean of each Deanery, with the laymen appointed 
as a deputation fur the Deanery, and a deputation appointed by the 
Lord Bishop, shall visit each parish in the Deanery, once in every year, 
for the purpose of holding meetings and making collections on behalf of 
the Mission fund of the Diocese; and that a general Annual Meeting of 
the Deanery shall be held at some place appointed by the Deanery, at 
which shall be present a deputation from the Board of Missions. 

2. That the visit to the parishes be made during the month of January 
or February in each year ; and the Annual Meeting be held at such time 
and place in the Deanery as the Rural Dean shall appoint. 

3. That the Rector or Incumbent of each Church in the City of Mont- 
real, with his Church-wardens, shall be requested to hold an Annual 
Meeting in his Ghurch, for the above purposes,— -the General Annual 
Meeting of the City of Montreal being already provided for, in accord- 
ance with the laws of the Constitution. 

4. That in each Congregation there shall be appointed a Sob-Oom- 
mittee, consisting of ladies and gentlemen, whose duty it shall be to 
make collections in aid of the Mission fund, in such manner and under 
snch regulations as they may be pleased to adopt ; and that it is desi- 
rable that the said Sub-Committee should meet and report quarterly. 

6. Experience having proved that a very limited contribution of five 
cents per week has been very successful elsewhere, some such plan it 
respectfully recommended to the Church in this Diocese. 



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It is bbliered that it' the Glcrgy and Laity will liaartilyjoin in carrjing 
out, to the letter, the modut operandi proposed in the above resolutions, 
thAt a great success tannt be the happy result. 

The period is now arrived to make that trial, and the days and places 
of meeting should at once be fixed for thu Public Meetings in the Rural 
Deaneries ; and rolunteera of influential Laymen should lend their per- 
sonal aid by attending, especially the Rural Meetings, thereby infusing 
new life into the work, and, with the resident laymen, securing an 
interest in an undertaking in which the prosperity of this Society in a 
great measure rests. 

J. S. McCoHD, 

yicC'Chainnan M. B, 

The following Reports have been received from the different 
Parishes and Missions ; and in accordance with the request of the 
Bishop, the Reports of those Misisionaries receiving aid from the 
Mission Fund of the Society, are placed together at the com- 
mencement of the Annual Report. The Missions aided by the 
Society are marked thus ^ 



•AYLMER. 

Rev. F. Codo reports : — The Mission of Aylmer having been separated 
from that of Hull only six months ngo, the financial statement I send 
refers only to the last half year : as such, I think it may be considered 
very satisfactory, giving promise of increased effort on the part of the 
people attached to this section of the former Mission of Hull and Aylmer, 
to bear the expenses necessarily attendant upon the ministrations of the 
Ohurch. Having been in charge of this Mission so short a time, it would 
be out of place for me to speak of progress ; but I beg leave to remark, 
that while the late division of the Mission of Hull and Aylmer cannot 
fail to be eventually a means of strengthening the Church in this locality, 
yet there is evidently great need of a still further division of the present 
Mission of Aylmer. 

The number of Protestants in the west half of the Township of Hull 
and in the Township of Eardley, who have been baptized by our Minis- 
ters or who desire their services, is still far beyond the number which 
fall under the care of any one clergyman in the eastern section of the 
Diocese, and as long as this state of affairs continues in the Ottawa 
townships, we must expect to lose not only members but also the sup- 
port to the Church that they might otherwise be induced to give. 

Collected in Aylmer during the last six months, for Church pur- 
poses : 



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Towftrdi Cleriyman'i Mlary includioK pew reuu «M0O 

(Mlbrtory (mtnuf iipe«lftlooll«ctlont) MM 

MiMlontry Mrmon ♦ 00 

WldowD' •ndOrphani' Fund S 70 

HupxrannuKtion Fund 4 13 

Church Soeiety lubwriptluni 07 48 

8unday Dchool prliM ()88 

Font 25 60 

Itepftlriug hou»e rented w rarwonago • 82 00 

Total •2478T 



•AYLWIN, &C.-UPPER GATINEAU. 

RiV. A. C. Nesbitt writes:— The following townships, viz.: Aylwin, 
Alleyn, Ilincks, Northfield, Wright, Bouchette, Cnron, MinlwBuku, com- 
pose what is called the Upper Gatiaeau Mission. The lant named is 
between ninety and one hundred miles north of Ottawa City, on the rkers 
Desert and Gatinean, at the confluence of which is one of tlie North-West 
Company's trading ports, in close proximity to which occasional services 
are held. These townships, with one or two exceptions, have been inha- 
blt*i1 for a space of five, ten, fifteen, twenty years ; but though this por- 
tion of Canada has been so long settled, the population is by no means 
in ratio. Yet thene are in each township a few who carry on farming so 
as to be able to live comfortably thereby. The population is mixed, 
vl7. , Protestants and Romanists. We find, amongst those professing 
that general appellation of Protestant, a very small minority adhering to 
" the faith once delivered to the Saints." It behoves the Church now, if 
ever, to put forth what efforts she possibly can in behalf of these Missions 
on the Gatineau, to sustain Missionaries here In planting the good seed 
which. If sown carefully andprayerfully, and watched and nurtured as It 
begins to grow, we fear not "Auxilio Dei," but the harvest will be 
plenteous, and stand no chance of being other than wheal. The state of 
the Church in this, as yet infant Mission, is this ; that of 108 Protestant 
families that I have visited (being the total number in these townships), 
onlj twenty-eight call themselves Church people. These are for the 
most part worthy people, and seem to be well disposed to do what they 
can to have the Church established amongst them, yet they are compara- 
tively poor, and consequently unable to give but little compared with 
what is required for this purpose. Another year we hope (D.V.) to do 
something for the Church Society. 

♦BERTHIER. 

Rev. W. C. Mkbhick writes: — "It is the Lord: let him do what 
seemeth him good." It is in the spirit of this passage of Holy Scripture,, 
that I announce to the Society the broken state of my health ; after fif- 



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teen jekri of active dutj, often involring much tr&rel and ekposure, u 
pleased God in the earlier part of the year to visit your Missionary with 
severe illness, which obliged him to refrain from work for some months. 
I thank my Heavenly Master most fervently, that, after the rest thus 
obtained, I have been able to resume, to some extent, my previous 
engagements, and for the future, I leave myself in His hands, assured 
He will order my course in all things for the best. 

Mr. John Rollit, who has been allowed to act as Catechist by his 
Lordship the Bishop, has performed a very useful part in keeping up the 
services of the sanctuary, by reading the liturgy, and a sermon, during 
the illness or absence of the Missionary ; and the Rev. Mr. Andbrson, of 
Sorel, kindly came over and ofBciated on two occasions. 

It was cur great privilege, in the month of August, to receive a visit 
from our respected Bishop. It was a season of much profit, — at the 
confirmation service, which was very solemn and edifying, upwards of 
two hundred and fifty persons were present, of whom one hundred and 
fifty were not of us ; fourteen young personb assumed the responsibilities 
of the Christian profession ; on the next day, the new cemetery was con- 
secrated, thus supplying a want which has been long felt in the Mission; 
—a suitable place of interment for departed members. 

An importaul step has been taken in our endo«vment movement : 
$1,000 has been invested on first class landed security ; this sum was 
made up by $600 contributions from the subscribers, and a grant of 
$400 fr&m that ever generous benefactor to the Church in the colonies, 
the venerable Society for the Prcpagation of the Gospel; $35 11 has 
been also ..paid in to the treasurer, and there are still notes of the con- 
gregation bearing interest, amounting to $358 32, making the endowment 
fund, independently of the Glebe, to be, so far, $1393 43. 

The school bu'lding fund amounts to $429 65 ; it is earnestly hoped 
that this fund will be soon ir creased, and that the important object 
contemplated by it will be entered upon, " if the Lord will," at an early 
period. I feel it a duty to acknowledge very gratefully the kindness 
and sympathy manifested so generally during my season of trial ; and 
I cannot forbear offering my cordial and respectful thanks to those 
ladies of the congregation, who, impelled by the love of Christ, have ren- 
dered me so much assistance by devoting their strength and time to the 
religious advancement of the " Lambs of His flock." 

Among the contributions of the year, it will be seen, that Mrs. E. A. 
Clark, and Miss Cuthbert, with tlieir usual Christian liberality, have 
paid in instalmeuts of their subscriptions to the endowment fund ; and 
in this connection, 1 have pleasure in recording the gift of a pair of oak 
chancel chairs by Mr. Benson, a former teacher of the school here. 

The following are the amounts collected during the year: 



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Chnreh Society, General Fund f60 65 

Widows' and Orphans' Fund 13 18 

Juvenile offerings to tbe S. P. G. (for its work among 

the Heathen) 3 50 

Sunday Collections 9144 

Tew Rents, (applied to support of Hissiouary ) 80 50 

Donations to Missionary 20 00 

Endowment Aind (including grant from 8.P.G.) 578 88 

Cemetery fund 128 20 

Chancel chairs 24 00 

Proceeds of Rev. Mr. Bond's lecture (applied to 

provide school furniture) 6 87 

Sunday-school purposes 14 84 

Expenses of Synod 4 00 

Total 81,0169« 



♦BROME WOODS, WEST BROME AND FULFORD. 

Rbv. T. W. Fyles : — God has blessed our work in this Mission. The 
more seriously disposed of the inhabitants have received the ministra- 
tions of the Church gladly. We number sixteen communicants in Brome 
Woods, and two at West Brome. The Church of the Holy Trinity was 
opened on Christmas Eve. It was not built without difficulty ; but our 
I^eople laboured very earnestly for its completion. Our Sunday-school 
is doing well — I have been enabled to gather a library of eighty carefully 
selected volumes for circulation amongst the scholars. The " Brome 
Woods Sewing Society" is working for funds to purchase a Church bell. 
In consequence of the addition of Fulford to my Mission, I have been 
obliged, very unwillingly, to give up much of my work at West Brome. 
The Church at Fulford is closed — there is no stove in it — a few families , 
have attended service in a private house. 

•CLARENDON. ^^'''^ ^ ' ^ j£.,^H 

Rbv. G. Robinson writes : — I was placed in charge of this Mission on 
the 1st July, 1864. Since that time the following sums have been 
raised, viz : 

Painting interior of Parsonage 921 87 

Lalraur and material to foundation of do 25 00 

Clergyman's stipend in cash 4325 

inkind 2104 

For Church Society 11 69 

OHfertory from Easter to Chi-istmaa 25 29 

Total S14834 

Within the past year the limits of this Mission have been contracted, 
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contributed to the Clergyman's snlarj. Thi9, with the light harvest of the 
past season, will account for the small amount raised for the Church 
Society. 

I have to thank the congregation for many substantial proofs of a 
kindly feeling towards myself and family during our short residence 
here. 

• COTE DES NEIGES, MONTREAL. 

Rbv. G. Hkaton reports : — This Church, which was opened for Divine 
Service, according to the orders of the Church of England and Ireland, 
every Sunday afternoon, on the 22nd of last May, seems to have fully 
answered all the purposes of its erection. During the summer, the con- 
gregations were large. Since the winter set in the number has never 
fallen much below thirty. 

As the pecuniary difficulties attendant on the undertaking have not 
been wholly surmounted, it has been thought sound discretion not to 
ask for contributions to the Church Society this year. 



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♦COWANSVILLE. 

Rbv. J. C. Davidson reports : — Pleasing indications of God's blessing 
attending His appointed ordinance? appear in the increase of the con- 
gregations, and in the cheerful, friendly spirit universally prevailing in 
this Mission. We have had a much larger accession to our members 
through the Sacrament of Baptism than in any previous year. 

I mention with every feeling of appreciation the kindly sympathy 
everywhere evinced in the sore affliction which, during the year, has 
fallen upon me and my family. 

Subscriptions and Collections : 

Church Society f 40 17 

Missionary Collection 2 47 

Widows' and Orphans' Fund. . 2 73 

Weelcly Collections-Trinity Churcli 52 50 

ChristChurch 9 20 

Pew Rents— Trinity 70 00 

Clergyman's support 224 00 

Total , «401 07 



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♦EDWARDSTOWN. 

Rev. E. G. Sutton writes : — The financial report of the Mission is as- 
follows : 

Subscription to Church Society 17 50 

Special Collections 3 35} 



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Offertory 82 21J 

Hiasionary support 60 30 

Lockl Church objects 97 14i 

Total fl90 61i 

This ia considerably less than last year, but it will fluctuate each year- 
according to circumstances. Much depends upon faithful, zealous and 
diligent collectors : if these are wanting, many will be passed by un- 
asked, and the amount will proportionably suffer. Great complaints are 
made as to the scarcity of money, and perhaps it may be true to some 
extent ; though with many it is always scarce when required for reli- 
gious purposes. I have to report some instances of kindness and libe- 
rality, and on the other hand of cold-heortedness and indifference. I 
fear the latter rather predominates. Many local Church objects hare been 
attempted and accomplished ; for which success we should feel grateful 
to that God who never fails to help those who serve him. Among these 
has lately been the procuring of a harmonium for Edwardstown Church. 
In this, as with other objects, we look in vain along the list of subscri- 
bers for the names of able men — able indeed to give plentifully, but un- 
happily, unwilling to help. It has however been accomplished, thank 
God, and without proving burdensome to any, except to one. 

The Missionary's work is greatly assisted by those who offer their 
time and abilities towards sacred objects ; acting as voluntary collec- 
tors ; helping in Divine service with musical talents ; working in the 
Sunday-school with all its discouragements of parents' indifference, as 
teachers, and striving to collect the neglected lambs of the flock that 
they may be fed with the word of life. In this connection it is but just 
that I sbould thankfully acknowledge the regular and devoted services 
of Miss Wheatley. 

*ELY. 

Rev. a. Fortin reports : — This new Mission, which at present is held 
in conjunction with Waterloo, has hardly become strong enough to do 
anything beyond meeting its own claims. No collection was made this 
year for the Church Society, the Mission being not yet fully organized ; 
but next year, we hope to be able to do something for the Church 
Society. 

The amount subscribed is $140 : of this amount $100 are subscribed 
by the non-resident proprietors, Mr. W. F. Coflfin, and the Heirs Boston. 
Their wish is that the settlers may have the means of grace. We are- 
about to take steps towards building a parsonage. Mr. Coffin has 
offered a lot of ten acres for a site. The flock is small, but as I am. 
also partly paid by the Sabrevois Mission Society, I find plenty to do ia. 
endeavouring to place the truth before my fellow-countrymen. 






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in Qod's own time the work will be blessed. 

•GRENVILLE. 

R«v. F. S. Nktk writes : — For years past, this section of country baa 
been retrograding in both material and social prosperity, from a com:bi- 
nation of causes ; among which may be enumerated the removal of the 
military, and of many artisans, on the completion of the public works ; 
the diversion of the public travel from this route to the St. Lawrence ; 
the unfavorable nature of the soil for agricultural pursuits ; but, above 
all, the persistent opposition of the inhabitants to the levying of 
municipal school taxes. 

From the last cause, the roads are always out of repair, and in a 
population of Wo thousand, there are not much more than forty or fifty 
children who attend any school, for either secular or religious instructidh. 
These are diflSculties which I experience beyond any of my brethren in 
the Diocese. During the past summer, travelling in my Mission was 
more than usually difficult. The spring freshets carried away the bridge 
on " the Rouge," a wide and rapid river, as well as another on a smaller 
stream (the Salmon River), and for some months I was obliged to sWim 
my horse across the former, when my duties took me to the Augmenta- 
tion, and to gc by steamer to La Petite Nation, putting my people to the 
trouble of taking me from one station to another. 

I have heretofore explained that, with the exception of a few old resi- 
dents, our people are poor ; and also expressed my fears that their 
contributions had reached their maximum. The financial statement 
will show that they are at least as good as in former years. 

Collections for Church Society. 

Collections for Church Society »35 12 

After Sermons 600 

Towards MisHionary support 184 85 

Insurance of Churches 10 88 

" Parsonage 29 12 

Total f265 47 



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•HEMMINGFORD. 

Rbv. E. Duvkrnkt writes : — For three months of the year now draw- 
ing to a close, I was unable, through severe illness, to perform ady 
Missionary duty, and I have now to express my devout gratitude to 
Almighty God for comparative restoration to health and strength. The 
services during this period were but few, and this accounts for a .«iaHill 
deficiency in the offertory collections, as compared with last year. I am 



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liappy, however, to report that the present condition of the Mission is as 
prosperous at least, as at any former period of its existence. We bad 
two successful Missionary meetings in aid of the Diocesan Mission Fund, 
and I must here express my thankfulness to the Rev. J. Irwih, and 
several Clergy of the Deanery, for their able assistance on these 
occasions. The debt of £125 on St. Luke's Church has been reduced 
to £50, principally by subscriptions taken up in Montreal through the 
exertions of Mrs. Besant and Mrs. Coates, and by a donation from W. B. 
Johnson, Esq. 

My people did good service this year on the Glebe, and the yield, in 
consequence, was much larger than for many years past. 

Number of Communicants, 56 ; Baptisms during the year, 20 ; 
Marriage, 1 ; Interments, 10. 

Reduction of debt on St. Luke's Church »250 00 

Pew routi* 80 00 

Towards Clergyman's support 69 00 

Annual subscription to Church Society 20 00 

Missionary purposes 16 50 

Widows' and Orphans' Fund 3 26 

Offertory 50 00 

Total .«488 75 



*KILDARE. 



Rev. W. M. Sbabobxe reports : — During the three years I have now 
been in Kildare we have seen, for so small a community, much of the 
vicissitudes of human life. 

In the years 1862-3 we had an unusual amount of mortality, by 
which a number of our oldest settlers were taken away, some of 
them very suddenly, and it certainly was most providential that a 
minister had been appointed that could be at hand at so trying a time. 
And during this year that is now ending, a number of our young people 
have entered into the holy estate of matrimony, thus filling, and we hope 
with credit and Christian devotedness, the places vacated the year 
before. 

My usual course of duty is a service every Sunday morning at Kildare, 
before which I always teach Sunday-school, if not unavoidably pre- 
vented. In the afternoon, I have a fortnightly service at de Ramsay, 
before which I also teach Sunday-school, except during the time Mr. 
Rot remained there. Here, we have a very good congregation for so 
limited aProtestant population. I have also a fortnightly service at Lake 
Cluky till other arrangements can be made for the town of Joliette 
(Industry). The congregation, however, is very small. In addition to 
these, during the summer I took charge of St. Gabriel de Brandon, assisted. 



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by Mr. Jambs H. Dixon, who proved himself a very valuable aid ; but of 
this lam now relieved, as the Rev. Benj. P. Lewis has been appointed 
to that Mission. 

The congregation at Kildare is good, and at the late confirmation tour 
of His Lordship the Bishop, thirty-three were confirmed, against 
thirteen, three years previous. But in a pecuniary point of view, the 
three years have been very trying. During the year 1862, I received 
from the Church Society, £80, but most of the money from the people 
came in only in 1863, and was then due for my horse ; a d the farm, owing 
to its exhausted state and late sowing, was a loss to n. of fifty dollars. 

I am now, however, most happy to say that there is a prospect of 
things taking a change for the better, as seventy-eight acres of the land 
is sold ; but the failure of the crop, &c., for the three years past, has 
left me in considerable difficulty and debt. 

•MILLE ISLES AND MORIN. 

Rev. Joseph Mkbbick.— Owing to the continued mercy and care of our 
Heavenly Father, I am permitted, as yo-^r Missionary here, to report to 
the Society of the work carried on during the past year. 

Service has been held in each Church on the Lord's Day, morning and 
evening alternately ; with Sunday-schools ; and during the week Bible- 
classes, and a Singing-class, together with Cottage Lectures, upon 
which both old and young attend, who otherwise are prevented from 
being able to avail themselves of the privilege of attending upon any of 
the ministrations of the Church. 

I am thankful to be able to say (though I am not without discourage* 
'..i^ its and diflSculties) that there are evidences of more spiritual life and 
a greater interest being manifested among the people in the work of the 
Church, in this part of the Lord's vineyard. , 

* In taking a review of the varied labours and difficulties through which 
I have had to pass, I can say, hitherto the Lord hath helped me. May 
the Great Head of the Church be with us and bl<;ss our labours, and open 
up the way for the preaching of His blessed Gospel, that the " wilder- 
ness " may " rejoice and blossom as the rose." 

Four Day Schools are in operation in the Mission wMch I have visited, 
and a good work is being done. 

During the year there have been 28 baptisms, 1 marriage, 4 burials, 
10 candidates confirmed, and 22 communicants. 

In this Mission, no subscriptions have been solicited in aid of the 
Church Society this year, in consequence of local expenses, and work 
performed in the erection of the Parsonage-house. A small Glebe, of 
twelve arpents, has been purchased at an expense of about $90. One 
instalment of $20 has been paid from funds collected by me, and another 
by the congregation is now about' being made. 



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The Parsonage-house, and out-offices, stable, 4c., are advancing to- 
■wards completion. 

This is one of the poorest Missions in the Diocese : many families are 
destitute, and none well-oif. The faithful and self-denying labours for 
years, of the Rev. Mr. Griffin (a part of whose extensive Mission this 
was), must not be forgotten here. He not only labours for souls, but 
also administers medicine, to the great relief of many of our people. 

We beg to return thanks to our respected Chief Pastor, the Bishop, 
for service books for both Churches, and Bibles and Prayer Books for 
distribution : and desire, also, to return thanks to kind friends in this 
Diocese, and that of Quebec, who kindly contributed to the Parsonage 
and Glebe Fund. 

Many acts of kindness, the Missionary records from several friends, 
and especially from Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Gibb, and Mrs. Adams, and Mrs. 
H. L. RooTH, of Montreal. 

The following are the subscriptions and collections for the past year : 

HiJ.LB ISLES. 

Towards support of Minister, together with $13 returned before in 

Report of 1863 «38 50 

For local purposes, by the Congregation, in materials and work.. . 63 00 

Sunday Offertory, 7 50 

Towards purchasing an Instrument for Church 15 74 

Total f 124 74 

MORIW. 

Towards support of Minister f43 00 

For local purposes, by the Congregation, in materials and labour . 53 00 

Sunday Offertory 3 00 

For a Family whose house and crop was destroyed by fire . . 3 00 

Towards purchasing a Bell for Church 16 00 

Total : . . . f 118 00 

For local purposo<i, by friends in Montreal and Quebec Dioceses .. . f826 06 
Missionary's own Subscription, paid to Treasurer Church Society. . 7 50 
Hille Isles and Morin Congregations, as above 242 74 

Total, 1576 30 









•MONTREAL. 

Rev. J, Irwin reports : — i 

The Jail. — The Sunday services have been regularly continued during 
the past year, with the exception of three occasions, on account of the 
illness of the Chaplain. In making his report to the Church Society, the 
latter has to regret that more evident fruit from his labours does not 
appear ; but it must be remembered that the prisoners are, in the major- 
ity of instances, confined for short periods, and hence the work is more 



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directly a work of faith than might otlierwise be tlio case. Tlie con- 
gregation generally number between 50 and 100, are remarkably atten- 
tive, and join invariably in the responses and in singing. A few 
instances where serious impressions rested on the prisoners' minds have 
come to the knowledge.of the Chaplain ; but these are rare, and until 
the building is enlarged and is made more of a penal institution than it 
can be rendered at present, abundant success is hardly to be hoped for. 

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Rrv. H. B. Wrav. — At this station the Missionary reports favourably 
of the spiritual condition of his people, and believes he sees some fruits 
of the past labours of his predecessors and himself during the period of 
twenty-four years. He regrets that the contributions to the Church 
Society are less than in former years, owing, it is thought, to a success- 
ful effort to raise the the resident Clergyman's stipend. 

In these poor Missions, the Glebe is supposed to form a considerable 
part of a Minister's support. In the present case it is rather a source of 
outlay, and, perhaps, unprofitable labour, owingto the quite exhausted 
and fenceless condition of the land. Where labour is so expensive, 
Glebe-land of an inferior quality is no profit to a Minister, unless 
he works himself. It is questionable, however, considering the ten- 
dencies of our age, if Missionaries who are obliged to work with 
their hands to provide the necessaries of life, will effect the object of 
their Mission, and in their official capacity, command tluit respect which 
is essential to ministerial usefulness. 

I might, in connection with this subject, remind our Mission Board of 
the words of a faithful and ingenuous writer of other times, a Fellow of 
Oxford, who ventured to suggest to the Conservatives of his day, that 
" the people will not discriminate, they will despise religion and morals 
when they see the teachers of them poor, mean and neglected." The 
clergy would more benefit and reform the people, if the Church took 
care to better their position. 

The results of last year, when viewed in connection with the many 
disadvantages and local difficulties which this Mission has to contend 
with, are not altogether unsatisfactory. The gross amount raised, 
although small, exceeds that of any former year. A Sunday-school has 
been established solely by the praiseworthy exertions of a few young 
persons. The people have rendered good help in agricultural work and 
making the Parsonage comfortable, indeed habitable. Nine acres of new 
land have been itmnpeil, and, for the most part, substantially fenced. 
For which kind and timely aid I here record my acknowledgment and 
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The Bum^ raised in the past jear are as follows : 

MKW OLAHQOW. 

Aanual gubsoriptlon to Church Society tS OO 

Collection for Widows and Orphans 1 SQ 

" for another Mission 60 

Oflbrtory Collections 10 00 

By Mrs. W. Brophy towards plastering rarsonage a 00 

By W. Brophy 4000 laths 4 00 

Towards 8U|)port of Missionary 90 00 

, Boolcs for Hmduy-school 5 00 

Total $120 70 

KILKKNNV. 

Annual subscription to Church 8 jcioty 97 60 

Collection for Widows' and Crp'ians' Fund 1 00 

Sunday Collections 4 60 

To another Mission 1 40 

Repairing ceiling of Church 1 60 

Towards support of Missionary 81 00 

Total «217 70 



•NORTH CLARENDON, THORNE, AND LESLIE. 

Rbv. C. H. Lancaster writes : — Having only recently been placed in 
charge of this Mission, that is, since its separation from the South portion 
of the Mission of Clarendon, I am unable to report any great amount of 
actual work effected apart from the usual routine of Missionary duty. 
The Mission is at present without Church or Parsonage ; the people bow- 
ever have made some efforts to supply this want. The Church at Tborne, 
the walls of which were raised during the incumbency of Mr. Codd, is now 
coTered in, and I trust with the help of the promised grant of $100, and in 
the hope of obtaining further outside assistance, I may be able to complete 
the building so far as to make it available for service in the ensuing spring. 
Little or nothing, beyond manual labour, has been contributed by the 
people towards its completion, and that, as too often is the case, has 
fallen heavily upon some half dozen or so of the most zealous. Since, 
however, the appointment of Churchwardens, mattei:3 in this portion of 
the Mission have been placed upon a more satisfactory footing j^and I look 
forward hopefully to the coming year producing effects of a more cheering 
character, the fruits of a newly awakened interest and a more hearty 
co-operation in the work of our beloved Church. In North Clarendon 
an acre of land has been given for a Church, and a further grant of three 
acres, more or less, for a Parsonage-house, a beautiful spot on the 
margin of a lake. The people have, with praiseworthy zeal, already pre- 
pared log» for the Church, permission having been given me by the 
irostees of the Egan estate to take what timber I required for the purpoee 



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from their limits, wLich are close to tho intended aite. In the absence 
of a fitting sanctuarj, I hold regular Sunday serrices at eight stations, 
at all of which increasing congregations hare evinced a warm and 
hearty appreciation of the services of the Church. At these stations, 
Sunday-schools and Week-day Bible and Singing classes, have been 
organized, are working well, and give promise of growth and stability. 
As will be seen, but little money has been raised as yet for religious 
purposes. The claims of the Church Society, have been forcibly laid 
before my people ; tho present result is not what I could have wished it 
to be, but I trust my next report will show a more general reciprocity 
on the part of the members of my congregation. Tho amount up to tho 
present time subscribed towards my salary would have been insufficient 
to pay even for the keep of my horse. The people however have under- 
taken to provide for it, and thus obviated the necessity of my parting 
with the same, and discontinuing the services at my most distant stations. 
The following are the details of the amounts raised during the past six 
months : 

Towards MiBsionary's salary 915 00 

For Tliorno Church, iu Shingles and otherwise 29 25 

For Church Society 9 26 

Offertory i 00 

Total $67 50 

♦NORTH WAKEFIELD MISSION. 

Riv. JoBN SiAHAN reports : — Owing to this being the first year that 
the people in these townships have bad the services of a Mission- 
ary of the Church of England, it is impossible to give any correct 
account or statement of the wants of this Mission, or the number of 
those who may belong to or may be brought into the Church. Before 
being relieved by the Rev. A. C. Nesbitt, whom the Bishop sent to 
the Upper Gatineau, I held services in seven townships, over which 
the year's travel amounts to 1875 miles, and in which Divine service 
was held 356 times. Number of Baptisms, 82 ; Interments, 6 ; Marriages, 
2 ; and number of families visited 208. More might have been done for 
the Missionary Society, were it not, that we are now struggling to build 
a Church, of which we are in the greatest possible need, since we have 
absolutely no place at all suitable in which to meet for Divino worship 
and the regular and decent administering of the Sacraments. I am 
happy in acknowledging the good will of the people as evinced by 
their general kindness, and by several donations. I am also rejoiced to 
be able to state that the prospects of the church in this place are good, 
if a Missionary be sustained. The congregations are increasing as the 
Church in its purity is made known to them, and as they become 
acquainted with her services. 



Sums raised in the Mission : 

For Local purposon 9366 92 

Cliuroti Misflioimry Socivty 3A 00 

Offbrtory 10 25 

WldowH' and OrpliaiW Fund 2 (K) 

Total 1419 07 



•ONSLOW. 

Riv. F. Q. C. Brathwaitb reports : — Wliat should chiefly be noticed 
in my report is the commencement during the year of three Churches, in 
three different parts of the Mission : viz : one in the baclc settlement of 
Onslow and Bristol ; one in the front of Bristol ; and one in the upper 
end of Eardley. The buildings are to be log ones. The walls of each 
are up, and we hope to go on with them in the spring. The three are 
to be after one style. The plans have been drawn and most kindly given 
tc us by Thomas Fuller, Esq ; the architect in charge of the Parliament 
buildings at Ottawa. We take this opportunity of returning him our 
heartiest thanks for bis kind and liberal gift. It need hardly be said 
that the Churches, if only they can be finished according to the drawings, 
will help exceedingly to improve their respective neighbourhoods, — this 
in outward beauty. But we pray that the material building may be only 
emblematical of the solid "beauty of holiness" that shall spring up in 
the lives of those who shall worship God in these Churches. Each 
Church will have a Church-yard attached to it.^ In Bristol, an acre of 
ground was purchased for the site, for the sum of $32 : but in Onslow, 
and Eardley, Mr. Richard Armitage, in the former township, and Mrs. 
John W. McLean, in the latter, gave the one an acre the other nearly three- 
fourths of an acre for Church and burial ground. Each of the three congre- 
gations has worked well and liberally in preparing the logs, and getting 
the walls of the buildings up. May the same holy feeling that has 
prompted them to begin the Churches, lead them on, with God's blessing, 
speedily to complete them I The Bristol congregation owe Mr. Benjamin 
Moore, and his son Mr. William Moore, of Onslow, their very best thanks 
for the effectual aid they gave in making the logs. While the several 
congregations will do what they can in roofing and making habitable 
the buildings, external aid is very mnch needed, and will be most 
thankfully received from any one, whose heart God may stir up to help 
us. It may be added here, as an additional reason for aid from those 
who are able to help forward good works by something more practical 
than good wishes, that the three congregations engaged in building 
these Churches, are exceedingly poor, that they all belong to the poorer 
class of farmers in a new and backward country, and that therefore 
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for pecuniar/ a'uI, If they are to make tlicir Cliurcbes at all suitable for 
worshipping God " decently and in order." 

The next mutter of interest to the Mission this year, was a vist from 
our Bishop, in May. Friday, May 27th, was the day appointed for the 
Confirmation. A good congregation assembled to witness the administra- 
tion of that holy rite. The number of persons confirmed was thirty- 
four,— 18 men and youths, and 16 women and girls : of these 8 men and 
9 women were over 20 years of age : the oldest woman confirmed was 
(i'i, the oldest man 49. The candidates came from the three townshi >» 
in the following proportions, — Onslow 6 men and youths, 11 women R>.d 
girls, — 17 : Eardley, 10 men and youths, 4 women and girls, — 14 : Brigiol, 
2 youths, 1 girl, — in all 34. In February a new station was taken up 
in Onslow, t. e. at Steel's Scho.)l-houso, — fur the celebration of Divine 
service, and in March a new one in Bristol, at Murray's School-house. 
At the new station in Onslow, the congregation ranges from 20 to 30, 
more or less; at the one In Bristol, from 45 to 55, more or less; the 
latter congregation is attended by a good many Presbyterians. Tbo 
station, at Hodden's school house, in Eardlcy, where a service 
was held in a week day once in three weeks, was, in August, 
given up to the new Missionary nt Alymer, to which mission it 
legitimately belonj^s. It gets a service now on a Sunday. The 
total attendance for the year at the Church and seven out-stations, 
and a broken service at the eighth station, t. e. at Hodden's, in 
Eardley, was 4616. The Church, of course, where services are most 
frequent, was attended by 2121 persons. Of the out-stations, the back 
settlements uf Onslow and Bristol services were the most fully attended 
<702), the services at Riopel's, Bristol, the most scantily attended (265). 
The total number of communicants in the Mission is 102 ; t. e. 38 men 
and youths, 64 women and girls. 

At this Church, there is an increase of communicants of 10 men and 23 
women=33 over 1863; at McLean's, Eardley, a slight increase; at J. 
Taber's, Onslow, a rather large decrease ; at the other stations a very slight 
decrease. The number of Church members, in the Mission, including bap- 
tized infants, is about 630. 

The special offertories at the Church were, for Church Society (on con- 
firmation day) $4-20 ; for Rev. Jabez Sim's Church debt, Huron Diocese, 
$2.25 ; Diocesan Synod $1-30 ; Widows' andOrphans' Fund, $170 ; Clergy 
Superanunation Fund, $1-15 ; Mission Fund of Church Society (Christ- 
tnas day), $4*81. The number of Baptisms for the year is 34 ; Marriages, 
4 ; Burials, 10 

Table of Receipts for 1864. 

Towards Missionary's stipend $200 05 

rarsonago Fund 26 10 

Uristol Cliurch Fund 124 33 



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<;olloctc(l by » Friend for riiurohM 79 M 

S. r«rclv»l, Enq., 'or Church Itmiw 00 

Do. do. ror<niurohtM>ll 4 00 

For Church boll 86 00 

lly collootliiR llntK, for Church .Soototy 16 30 

Wwkly omirtory at < "liuroh 49 M 

SnoramflntHl Offi'rtorii<* : 

Mol^tn'8 SchooNhouHo, Kardloy 2 20 

Back Hottlomont of OhmIow and Drittol 1 49 

J. Tabor'8 .School-houHo, ()niflow..> 124] 

J. SUwl'B School'houMo, OnoloMr 1 10 

Klopol'i) SohoolOiouHO, llrlitol 04 

Pall for Funeralu, from W. «mlth, VJtq 5 CO 

Stanley Smith for Sunday eoliool prizoK 1 00 

Toward* Hymn Books for Churcli 75 

Sunday-scliool prizes 3 40 

Offortory at Rlop«l'n, Bristol, for Church Society 78 

Do. Back settlomout of Onalow and Bristol, for do 84 

Do. at Stool's SchoolOtouHo for do 83 

Do. at J. Tuber's fordo 80 

Do. at Mc Lean's for do 1 3C 

8562 89> 
♦PORTAGE DU FORT. 

Rbv. J. Gbibblb writes : We have succeeded, during the past year, in 
clearing our Gliurch of debt, and have aldo finished the seats. We still 
need the tower and bell to complete the cdiiice. At the Confirmation 
held here by the Lord liishop, '27 candidates renewed their baptismal 
vows. Fifty-one Sunday morning services have been held in the Church, 
with an average congregation uf 70 ; and 33 Sunday evening services, 
with an average attendance of 50. Average attendance at week-day 
services 31. Average number of communicants in Church 15, the 
largest number at one time being 27, the smallest 9. My stipend is still 
in arrears : I do not think, however, 1 can blame the ooiivregation for 
this, as they are nearly all poor. 

The amounts raised in the Portage congregation, arc as follows : 

Collected for Clergyman's stipend .■ $227 32i 

Sacramental Offertories to stipend 19 03 

Ditto ditto Debt on Church 5 93 

Weekly Offertories to Debt on Church, flnishing the Seats, 

and current expenses 37 47 

Collected for Church odiflco 16 77 

Ditto ditto by J. Rimer, Esq., in 3Ionticnl 

and Quebec 53 00 

rrocoods of Sowing Society, and Soiree for Church 91 00 

Collected for Debt on Window 18 00 

Ditto Insurance 17 00 

Ditto Church Society 18 00 

Sermons for Missionary Fund 9 45 

Ditto Widows' and Orphans' Fund 3 00 

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The Church in Havelock was opened for public worship by the Lord 
Bishop, on the 30th of May, when six persons received confirmation. The 
interior arrangements of this Church are now complete, all but the 
staining and the font ; we need also a bell. Thirty-six Sunday services 
have been held here during the year ; average congregation 23 ; average 
number of communicants 10. 

The amounts raised here during the past year are : 

Collected for Church edifice S33 00 

Proceeds of Pic-nic for Church 45 00 

Offertories devoted to Church 17 33 J 

Collected for Clergyman's stipend 20 00 

Ditto Church Society 9 75 

Sermons for Missionary Fund 1 97 

Ditto Widows' and Orphans' Fund 1 35 

Total «128 90} 

Week-day services, with average congregation of 20, have been held 

on the Calumet Island, and at the Colonge and Black Rivers, which 

stations are too far for me to reach on Sunday. 

Collected for stipend on Calumet Island §18 45 

Ditto ditto Colonge 19 25 

The total amount raised in the Mission during the past year is $682.58. 

The Holy Communion has been celebrated fifteen times in Portage, 
twice in Havelock, and once in Black River. The number of commu- 
nicants in the Mission is 71. Fifteen have become communicants during 
the year. 

Baptisms : — 27 infants, 1 adult ; Marriages, 5 ; Burials, 8. 

♦POTTON AND SOUTH BOLTON. 

Rev. J. GoDDKN writes : Very seldom is the universally experienced 
truth, that the Church is being planted in an enemy's territory, brought 
more forcibly to the mind of the Missionary than when he attempts a 
report of his year's work, and the state of his Mission. The retrospect is 
never one of uninterrupted succesr ; and this, as might well be expected, 
is true of this Mission ; for while we have a good deal to encourage — 
taking the Mission as a whole — there is also much to discourage us. 
The prevalence of error and of sin, and the painful lack of spirituality 
and of deadness to the world, is, no doubt, a source of regret to every 
Missionary, — nor am I an exception ; yet God is fulfilling His promise in 
some degree that " His word shall not return unto Him roid." Through 
the assistance of Mr. Fessenden — sent out by your Society — I have been 
able to opec ^wo new, and, I trust, hopeful stations in Potton ; although 
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her services. In Bolton tliere is an active interest manifested, and things 
are looking very encouraging ; and I hope, by next September, to have a 
new€hurch erected in the east part of that township, the people having 
subscribed about $400 for that purpose. Divine service has been regu- 
larly performed during the year. Twenty-five persons — eight adults and 
seventeen children — have been baptized, which is an increase over any 
former year. A class for candidates for ConPrmation is also formed. 
Through the exertions of the ladies of Mansonville, to whose aid I have 
been often indebted, St. Paul's Church has been thoroughly painted. I 
am very thankful to be able to report an increase in the subscriptions to 
the Missionary Society, although none have, as yet, been taken up in 
Potton for the clergyman's support ; for this increase we are indebted 
to Mr. Parker, Miss Ingram, and Miss Blanchard, of Potton ; and to Miss 
Green and Miss Houldsworth of Bolton, who were our collectors. I can- 
not close without acknowledging the great interest which Mrs. L. A. 
Perkins and Mr. D. Manson have taken in leading the praises of God in 
the congregation — the latter having played the melodeon ; and in con- 
nection with this subject, I would remark, that the melodeon in each 
Church is now played by a little girl, — at Bolton by a daughter of Mr. 
Rexford, of only twelve years ; and at Mansonville by Mrs. Darling's 
daughter, only eleven years of age. 

The following are the amounts raised and subscribed : 

rOTTOK. 

Offertory $22 96 

Missionary Society 29 48 

I'roceeds of Pic-nic, partly through the aid of distant friends 62 86 

Synod 1 83 

Repairs of Church 6 55 

$113 68 

BOLTON. 

Towards Clergyman's stipend $42 00 

Offertory 15 57 

Missionary Society 13 28 

$70 85 

•SUTTON. 

Rev. J. Smith writes : — Your Missionary entered upon the duties o 
this Mission on the Ist April, being his first sole charge. He feels encou- 
raged by the lively interest manifested in promoting the diflPerent objects 
for the benefit of the Mission. The subject of a partial Endowment 
Fund is now under consideration, but as the necessary arrangements 
are not completed, it cannot be reported at this time. A new fence has 
been placed before the Parsonage, and lumber procured for fencing 
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Abercorn the Church Building Committee are prosecuting their labours 
with zeal and vigour. The local subscriptions are liberal, amounting to 
nearly $1000. This, with a little aid from the friends of the Church 
who are willing to help those who help themselves, will enable the 
committee to complete their Church at an early period. A neat design 
has been furnished by Messrs. Lawford & Nelson, architects, Montreal. 
The services of the sanctuary are well attended — communicants 
on Christmas day 23. The Sunday-schools also are doing important 
service, numbering over 100 scholars. Fifty volumes have been added 
to the library. The Financial Committee have been unwearied in their 
exertions to raise the sum guaranteed to their Missionary, a source of 
grateful satisfaction to him. He has also to record many considerate 
acts of kindness. 

The following is the statement of subscriptions : 

Church Society » 24 76 

Widows' and Orphans' Fund 3 85 

Ladies' Sewing Society 47 00 

rarsonage fence 89 50 

Subscription towards Missionary's support 282 10 

Diocesan Synod 140 

Brome Woods Church 26 00 

Sunday collections from 1st >Iay 9 54 

Sacramental collections 3 19 

Insurance 7 50 

Sunday-school Library 9 00 

Total $453 83 

ABBOTTSFORD.— iVo Report. 
UPTON AND ST. HYACINTH.~.Vo Report. 

BEDFORD. 

Rkv. G. Slack.— The Missionary at Bedford, in forwarding his annual 
Report and list of subscriptions to the Diocesan Church Society, would 
desire to excuse the apparent smallness of their amount by the fact that 
a great deal has been required to put the interior of the Ciiurch and the 
Parsonage, with its surroundings, into a proper state of repair. The 
Ladies' Association has been unwearied in its devotion to the accom- 
plishment of this object. By their exertions during the past summer, 
the interior of the Church has been handsomely grained in black oak ; 
a new pulpit and reading desk, with a table for the Holy Communion, 
and handsome altar rails placed in the chancel, for which they have 
al>;o provided a carpet of ecclesiastical pattern, with hangings of crim- 
son cloth for the pulpit and reading desk ; besides laying down cocoa- 



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nut matting in the aisles and vestibule of the Church. The congregation 
of St. James' Church have here to thank the Hon< Justice McCord for a 
present of an altar cover of crimson cloth, with gold-colored fringe, 
having the sacred monogram in front. The Church has been also fur- 
nished with twelve kerosene lamps, with appropriate fittings. There 
may be mentioned, in addition, a pair of substantial and well-executed 
chairs for the chancel, costing $10 each, one of which was presented by 
Gborob Cloyes, jun., the other by a friend. Thus the members and 
friends of the Church have been exerting themselves in various ways to 
put their Church into a condition becoming a house consecrated to the 
worship of God. An Offertory collection amounting to $34 77 (of 
which $15 have been appropriated to the purchase of vessels for the 
Holy Communion); $3 55 collected after sermon, for general purposes, 
and $5 10 for Widows' and Orphans' Fund, together with $27 75 of 
annual subscriptions to the Church Society, constitutes the amount 
raised during the past year in this Mission =: $91 17. A handsome 
stained glass window, the gift of a widow lady in England, a relative 
of the Incumbent — one of Mr. Spence's tasteful productions — has been 
placed in the chancel. 

BROME. 

Rbv. R. Lindsay. — During the year past the work of the Mission has 
gone on quietly, and I trust prosperously. Our subscription to the 
Brome Woods Mission has been successfully raised by a special effort. 
During the summer we had seven Sunday-schools in operation. Services 
in the two Churches of the Mission every Sunday, and at four out-stations 
once a fortnight. Tlie additional Sunday-schools and services were 
carried on by Mr. Fessexden, who was partly paid from the endowment 
fund of the Mission. One Sunday-school at a distance was conducted 
by a lay member of the Church at Knowlton. We have had a larger 
number of adult baptisms than usual. Did all the members of our con- 
gregations give thought and care to the inierests of the Church com< 
mitted to them, — if they not only prayed " Thy kingdom come," but also 
strove for its extension, we should have a much greater work to report. 

During the year past we have collected for — 

The Cliurch Socioty 8S216 84 

Missionary purposes 8 73 

Widows' and Orphans' 6 00 

Local purposes 510 00 

Total »739 57 



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Rbv. J. Babin reports : — As I have been in cliarge of the Mission only 
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prior to the death of the Rev. Wm. Morris. Yet it will not be amiss to 
state that this Mission has sustained a serious loss in the death of its 
hard-working pastor ; and ns the present Missionary is obliged to teach 
a Day-school to form a competent salary, some of the important duties 
the late Missionary performed, have in consequence been suspended. 

All I have to report is, that $190 were raised during the year for the 
vlergyman's salary. 

CHAMBLY.—iV'o Report. 

CHRISTIEVILLE. 

Rbv. J. A. MACLEOD writes :— It is with gratitude to Almighty God 
that we witness a still-increasing interest in the affairs of our Church in 
this Parish. 

In our last year's Report, we mentioned that the sum of $80 bad been 
obtained as the result of a " Christmas Tree," towards the purchase of 
matting for the aisles of the Church. This effort created a general de- 
sire on the part of the congregation to have the interior of the Ghurcli 
entirely renewed ; and it was finally resolved, at the Easter and subse- 
quent special vestry meetings, to i,airy it into effect. Messrs. Rtder, 
Casson, and Pbarson were appointed a building committee, to superintend 
the proposed repairs and improvements. 

The Church was closed during the progress of the work, and the Sun- 
day services were continued as usual in our commodious school-room. 

The more important improvements may be mentioned. The interior of 
the walls of the Church, heretofore plastered on the stone, have been 
entirely lathed and plastered, and painted stone gray. The woodwork 
has been all painted anew ; cocoa matting has been laid down in the 
aisles and pews ; new coverings and trimmings have been provided for 
the pulpit, reading desk, and communion table ; two very suitable oak 
chairs have been placed in the chancel ; a substantial porch has been 
erected before the door, and the spire shingled and painted. These, with 
some less important changes, render our Church, at present, very com- 
plete, both in appearance and comfort. The entire expenoiture amounts 
to $558. The Christmas Tree above alluded to, and a special subscrip- 
tion, yielded $238, and a debt has been incurred amounting to $320. 
We are thankful to state that the proceeds of our 1864 Christmas Tree 
enables us to reduce this to $220. Great credit is due to the ladies 
of the congregation, whose exertions and liberality rendered the 
Christmas Tree successful. We feel also thankful to Miss Cousins for 
lier willing and constant services at the melodeon. 

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Subscription* to Cliurch Socipty f 42 80 

Sermon for Missionarv purposes. 3 38 

" " W. and O. Fund 4 80 

Contributions towards Cliurch repairs 170 50 

Proceeds of 1864 Christmas Tree 100 00 

Oflfertory 18 00 

Pew Bents 85 00 

Sunday collections 18 00 

Sunday-school 5 00 

Collected by Rev. 3Ir. Fyles, for Church at Bronic Woods. 56 00 

Parsonage at Pembroke, C. W 20 00 

Mrs. Christie and Mr. Jones, for Sabrevois Mission 240 00 

Total .* #763 48 



CLARENCEVILLE.— A"o Report. 



COTEAU DU LAC. 

Rev. T. a. Young, — The contributions for local purposes in this Mis- 
sion are much larger this year than usual. This is owing to a Bazaar 
which was held in the village in the month of July. It was projected 
by the ladies of the congregation, who all united in a most exemplary 
and praiseworthy manner in the entire management and responsibility 
of the undertaking. 

The principal object being the raising of funds to make some necessary 
repairs to the Church, and to procure a carpet, trimmings, and other 
decorations for the chancel, it proved a great success — the handsome 
sum of $275, being realized, which has enabled us to make a great many 
improvements to the Church. A very gratifying circumstance connected 
with the Bazaar was the voluntary support given it by a large number 
of Roman Catholics, who purchased a great many of the articles. 

The ladies also have formed this winter a sewing society, which they 
intend to continue every year, and in the event of its prospering they 
look forward to its enabling us to meet all contingencies. 

The following sums were raised in this Mission, for Church purposes 
during the year : 

Subscriptions to Church Society. .*. 820 75 

Missionary purposes 4 00 

Widows' and Orphans' Fund 3 75 

Towards Clergyman's stipend 50 00 

Pew Rents 42 50 

Poor Fund 9 27 

Offertory 20 03 

Proceeds of Bazaar 275 00 

Total $425 30 



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DUNHAM. 
Vbn. J. Scott, D.D. — The amount of contribution to support the min- 
istrations of the Church during the pnst year, actually paid in, is very 
considerably above what we have hitherto done. The stipend of an 
Assistant Minister in the Parish has, to a great extent, been raised here j 
and sums have been pledged towards an endowment fund, "mounting to 
about twenty-seven hundred dollars, inclusive of a bequest of five hun- 
dred dollars, from Edward Rykerd, a native and resident of this Parish, 
prematurely removed from us by death, who by that act of piety 
expressed his sense of gratitude for having had made known to him the 
way of salvation through Jesus Christ, in the ministrations of the Church, 
which he desired to contribute towards maintaining and perpetuating for 
the blessing and salvation of all the coming generations of men in his 
native parish. Would that there were more frequently aflforded such 
evidence, by the professed disciples of Christ, of their love of the ever- 
lasting Gospel, which is able to make us wise unto salvation. 

The contributions of the Parish are as follows : 

Towards Assistant Miiiipter's salary Sf500 00 

• Incidental expenses 40 00 

Missionary Collections 10 75 

Widows and Orplians 6 62 

Insurance of Church property 15 68 

Synod expenses 3 00 

Offertory 21 00 

Annual Subscription 72 00 

Total $669 05 

FRELIGHSBURGH. 
Rev. J. B. Davidson writes— It is a ground of satisfiiction to find that 
the contributions to the Church Society, notwithstanding various unfa- 
vorable influences, have fully equalled those of the previous year. The 
Curate, through severe family affliction, was forced to be absent for sev- 
eral months, during which time the aged Rector was enabled to keep up, 
without mutilation, the full morning service. For the remainder of the 
year there have been uninterrupted services, morning and evening on 
Sundays, as also morning service on every Friday in Lent, and on other 
chief Festivals. . 

The following is a summary of the financial doings of the Parish : 

Curate's stipend, from tlie Rector f 320 83 

Do do from tlie Parisli 245 25 

Church Society subscriptions 52 76 

Collection for Mission Fund of Society 7 62J 

Collection for Widows' and Orphans' Fund 6 86 

Diocesan Synod 5 87 

Sunday and Communion collections 75 57 

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GORE. 

Rev. Joseph Griffin. — In rendering a Report of the Mission under my 
charge, I feel thankful in being able to state, that, under the Divine 
blessing, the Missionary operations during, the past year have been 
attended with a degree of success. 

In each of our Churches and stations, the attendance has been good ; 
the progress of the people in the truth of the Gospel is pleasing, and I may 
say that, in some a growth of grace is apparent ; from which we cannot 
but be greatly encouraged to proceed, placing our whole trust and reli- 
ance on the Great Head of the Church, knowing that He who has begun 
this work will surely accomplish it unto the end, and that our labour shall 
not be in vain. 

It is a source of great happiness to me, that the West Gore Church is 
now completed, consecrated, and out of debt. Divine service is cele- 
brated there and at Wentworth, every alternate Sunday. 

Looking at the circumstances of this poor congregation, the erection 
of so commodious a Church may bo justly said to be a great undertake 
ing. 

But with much to be thankful for, we have many things to afflict and 
try us. Owing to the great drought during last summer, there has been 
a complete failure of the grain crops ; so that the people have not been 
able to subscribe as liberally as they could wish to the Diocesan Church 
Society. However, I do hope that a benign Providence Avill enable 
them to manifest their gratitude to God and His Church by a long and 
liberal Subscription list, every future year, to the many excellent objects 
of the Church Society. 

During the past year there have been twenty-eight baptisms. Our 
communicants number 110. 

Missionary's subscription $7 50 

Collected for Missionary purposes 6 66 

Do Widows' and Orphans' Fund 12 10 

Do Ciiurch Society 16 50 

Total remitted to Treasurer $41 75 

Daring 1864, we have collected for local purposes : 

Liquidating of debt on St. Johu's Church 24 75 

Stove pipes, &c., for Holy Trinity Church 13 90 

Insurance of two Churches and Parsonage 14 95 

Sunday and special collections for Church purposes 17 50 

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Ret. J. Johnston. — In presenting the Report of this Mission for the 
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amounts collected as miglit be wished. But when we consider the cir- 
cumstances of the Mission this will not appear strange. The old Mission 
of Hull and Aylmer was divided last July into two ; the Rev. F. Codd 
having been appointed to the Aylmer Mission. By this arrangement the 
Tillage of Aylmer, with a portion of the Township of Hull, and the whole 
of the Township of Eardley, have been separated from the old Mission. 
The present Mission of Hull includes the small village of Hull, with a 
portion of the township in the rear, and a part of Templeton. In the 
village of Hull the Protestant population is as yet very small, and with 
the exception of three or four families, those who attend the Church 
there are of the working classes, and generally very poor. It is, not- 
withstanding, an important station for the Church to retain, as from its 
locality it must before many years become a populous place. Chelsea, 
where I hold divine service generally every Sunday morning, is distant from 
Hull Church in a straight line, about eight or nine miles ; but by the road, 
which I am obliged to take every Sunday in going to and returning from 
Hull Church, and then to Chelsea, I have to travel about twenty miles. 
The distance will be much shortened, when the clergyman can procure 
a house in Hull village. The population in and around Chelsea has 
always been and still is composed almost exclusively of dissenters from 
the Church; but there has been such a large attendance of worshippers 
every Sunday evening when I have attended there, that I am not without 
hopes of yet seeing the Church take root among them. I have not as yet 
been able to call upon the people in Chelsea or Templeton for contribu- 
tions. During the winter, however, I shall not fail to lay before them 
the claims of the Church. In Hull, we have raised during the present 
year : 

For repairs of Hull Church $60 00 

Widows' and Orphans' Fund 4 00 

Missionary purposes 6 00 

Clergyman's stipend 100 00 

Insuring Church at Hull 6 33 

»176 33 
I hope also during the coming year to be able to do something towards 
the erection of a house for the Minister in Hull, the want of which is so 
much felt — there being no building in the place to which he could 
remove. The number of communicants in Hull Church is twenty-two, 
and this, out of the small congregation worshipping there, is a larger pro- 
portion than is usual in most congregations. 

Upon the whole I feel encouraged to hope that through the blessing 
of God the Church in this Mission will widen and deepen her influ- 
ence during the coming year. 

HUNTINGDON. 
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Society I again chronicle a few of the most prominent items of Cliur(h 
affairs in connection with this large Mission. With pleasure I record 
that the year has passed in peace and quietness, and yet with as much 
success and progress as heretofore. Our congregations keep up ; and 
with the aid of Mrs. Bradford, a superintendent and teacher among u3 
of some years' standing, my Sundtvy-scliool also progresses. 

My Wardens have cheerfully rendered every aid, and manifest a busi- 
ness-like zeal in the temporalities of the Church. The list of communi- 
cants shows an increase, and numbers 102 ; Infants baptized have been 
27 ; and Funerals 10 ; whilst at regular times Divine service has been 
celebrated on 108 occasions, in four different stations. Some of the 
people, at Christmas, made my daughter i present for leading the praise 
of God on Sundays at the harmonium. A lady, member of St. George's, 
Montreal, presented Hinchinbrooke Church with a chalice for the use of 
the Table of the Lord. The proceeds of another successful soiree have 
freed us from debt, so that we now hold the deeds of the Glebe lot r ..a 
of the addition to the burying-ground. $30 also have been expended in 
new-fencing, and by "socials" we have obtained and laid out on the 
Parsonage some dollars. At St. Paul's Church window-blinds have been 
furnished ; the out-side wood- work painted, and carpenters-work within 
completed, to the outlay of $20. As a new thing I must also report 
that on the receipt of the circular from the Committee on Missions 
(Church Society), we held a public meeting, and organized a system 
by which collections may regularly be taken up for the Society, and so far 
we have made a fair beginning and shall transmit at once the sums 
gathered. I now append a summary of money for the past year : 

Towards Minister's support ' f isq qO 

Cliurcb Improvements 130 00 

Warden's Expenditure 25 00 

For Church Society 32 12 

For Diocesan Synod 1 Oo 

For Widows' and Orphans'. Fund i 93 

Re'v. F. Burt's subscription 7 50 

Total *3o7 S6 



LACHINE.— AT) Report. 
LACOLLE.— Ab Report. 

MASCOUCHE AND TERREBONNE. 

Rev. J. Rbadb reports: — Morning service is held every Sunday at 
Mascouche, and Evening service at Terrebonne, except on the last Sun- 
day in the month, when this order is reversed. Services are also held 
on the chief fasts and festivals of the Church. The attendance during 
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The number of commuaicants at Mascouclie is 81, and ut Terrebonne, 
14. Total, 95. Numbers at last celebration of the Holy Communion 
(Hopt. 25), at Mascouche, 46 ; at Terrebonne, 9 ; Baptisms, 3, Burials, 6. 
The subscriptions to the Church Society amount this year to $50,671. 

The present clergyman is in Deacon's orders. 

MONTREAL. 

CHUI8T CHURCH OATHKDRAt,. 

Tub Vkhy Rkv. The Dean of Montreal reports ; 

Communicants.— Chn»tmM Day 316 

Avorago 180 

AVhoIe numbor 584 

Ilolif Communion.— ¥ir*t and third Sundays in tlie month, at 11 a.m., and at 9 a.m. 

Seroicea.—Sandtiys, at 11 a.m. ; 3^ p.m. ; 7 p.m. Daily, at 11^ a.m., and 4 p.m. 

Sunday School.— At 2.16. 

District Visiting SocJeO/-— Meeting, first Saturday in the month. 
Dorcas Society .—'SlQciing, Tuesdays, from October to Lent. 

The following sums have been raised for local purposes during the 
year 1864 : 

row renta colloctvd f 8,327 50 

Offortoiy 3,394 83 

Subscriptions to tlio Building Fund 1,061 53 

Church iiome, (apecinl collection) , 41 83 

Do do (annual subscription) 214 00 

Diocesan Synod , 8 91 

iJorcas Society 260 00 

Siinday-school Library collection 100 00 

flMOS 10 

The following sums have been paid to the Church Society : 

Annual subscriptions and donations 1,618 69 

Collection for Mission Fund 142 48 

Do do Ottawa Mission 4 81 

Do do Widows' and Orphans' Fund 66 26 

$1,832 24 

Total $16,240 34 

There will be found an increase of $81.57 in the amount of Annual 
subscriptions for the past year; and this increase is attributable to the 
active zeal of those ladies who voluntarily undertook the duty of coilect- 
ing'for the Society. 

BT. OEOROK'S OHCRCn. 

Rev. W. Bond and Rev. E. Suluvan report : 

Communicants.— Easter 868 

Average 170 

Whole number about 400 



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0!^<;«.— Baptism* M 

Marriages 29 

Deatlis 37 

Service*.— Sunday:*, Mondays and Wednesdays throughout the year; twice a week 

additional durir^ Lent. 
Sundaif-achool.—TcacUcn' servicer, riuuday afternoon and Friday evening through* 
out the year. 

Attendance, Sunday (Jan. 7th) 491 

On the boolcH 560 

Meeting for Special Prayer,— LMi Friday in each mouth. 

Meeting for Communicants.— \ Ait Friday in each month. 

District Visiting 6'ocfc^//.— Meeting, Tuesday after Sacrament Sunday. 

Ikyrcaa 5oc<e<y.— Meetings, Wednesdays, from October to Lent. 

Mothers' JWcc/in<7.— Tliursday, throughout tlie year. 

St. George's Temjterance Society.— Vint Monday in eacli montli. 

Contributions in 1864 for Ohu-ch Society : 

Churcli Missions. .• f68 12 

Widows' and Orplians' Fund 86 40 

Subscriptions and donations 700 25 

»853 77 
For Cliurch Missions, .160 forl8»i3, too late for Report 60 00 

For Local purposes : 

I'ew rents J4,535 00 

OflTertory 1,348 20 

Wood for Poor 275 00 

Dorcas Society (about) 300 00 

Ditrlct Visiting Society 240 00 

Sunday-school sermon 88 75 

Synod 20 00 

Sinking Fund (Cliurch Debt) 390 40 



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Collection in Sunday-school for Missionary purposes 



City Mission |1120 00 

Bible Women 100 00 

$220 00 



Total 118,272 12 



CHAPEL OF ST. JOHN THE EVANGELIST. 

(Free Seat.) 

Rev. E. Wood and Rev. W. Oqden report :— Communicants at Easier 
205. 

Services on Sundays. — Holy CommunionatSa.m., throughout the year. 
Morning Prayer at 11 a. m., with Holy Communion, first Sunday in the 
month. Litany at 4 p. m., Evening Prayer at 7 p. ni. 

Week days. — Wednesdays, Evening Prayer at 7'30 with Sermon, all 
other days throughout the year. Summer, Morning Prayer at 1 a. m. 
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Contributions to the Church Society ; 

OfflTtory oftlic 18th Dec, 1804 •927 00 

incom*.— <^'"t'rtory for tint yenr *1463 80 

giilmuri|ition to puy balance due on thn 

Cbapel 1467 88 

«2!tll 24 

This Church — the only Church in the city (if not in the Diocese) io 
which the free-seat principle is carried out in its integrity, presents nmny 
diflicuUies in its practical working, of which a congregation, possessing 
the staple of a fixed inconie in its pew-rents, can know nothing. 

For it raustbe borne in mind, that St, John's Chapel has no revenue of 
any kind to rely on, outside the circle of its own people. It is entirely 
dependent fur its existence as a Church on the fretvwill offerings of the 
congregation, meeting from week to week, to worship within its walls. 
Yet in spite of the many and grave difficulties unavoidably attendant on 
such a plan, the encouragement to persevere in the free-seat system is 
great. The people — as might be expected, a very mixed congregation 
of rich and poor — have, for their means, contributed very liberally both 
in supporting the services so far, and in having paid off the debt upon 
their present Chapel ; a work, surely, of no slight magnitude for so small 
a number to have accomplished. It may, therefore, be confidently anti- 
cipated, that with the enlarged accommodation of a more spacious and 
convenient Church — soon (D.V.) to be commenced — the congregation 
will be enabled to congratulate itself upon the fact, that a free-seat 
Church can be made entirely self-supporting, without the onus of that 
support being left to press with undue severity on the Christian liberality 
of the few. 

ST. JAMES THE APOSTLB! CHURCH. 

Rbv. J. ELLBaooD writes : — Although it is not my privilege to record 
that much has been done on behalf of your invaluable Society, and the 
special work in which it is engaged, yet am I grateful to be enabled to 
state, that cheering and most satisfactory progress has been made in the 
good work of erecting a temple to the glory of God, and providing the 
necessary appointments to ensure the reverent and profituble oelebratioa 
of the sacred services of the Church. 

The Church of St. James the Apostle was opened for Divine service 
on Sunday the 1st day of May, 1864. In consequence of the indisposition 
of the most Rev. the Lord Bishop of Montreal, the Rev. Canon Leach, 
LL.D., D.C.L., peached the opening sermon, — since which time, the at- 
tendance has been most encouraging, and the numbers of pewholders 
steadily increasing. 

Whilst erecting a temple to the Lord, for the common good of many, 

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extended the privilege of nn Invitation, to aid by their contributions In' 
bringing to completion this good work,— and we trust that each one re- 
sponded to the call in proportion to his means, and the necessities of the 
case. 

In this connection, it is my pleasing duty to chronicle a muniflcent 
act of liberality, on tl>e part of Mr. and Mrs. Oharles Phillips, of Belle* 
vue Hall, who have contributed in money $12,000 towards the building 
of this Church, which has been applied in the following manner, viz : 
$4,000 towards tlie Church itself, and the remaining $8,000 has been 
expended in the erection of the tower, in memory of a deceased brother. 
Land for tlie site was also given by the same generous donors, the value 
of which is estimated at $6,000. The Heirs of the late Hon. Mr. Mackay 
have likewise given a valuable piece of land, sufficient to ensure an open 
space around tiio Church. 

It also affords me especial gratification to acknowledge the following 
gifts, viz: A Bible, and set of Service books, presented by the Right 
Rev. the Lord Bishop, — a valuable, and richly chased, silver Communion 
service, an offering from an earnest and devoted son of the Church :— 
three memorial windows given respectively by Mr. W. E. Phillips, Mr. 
J. Porteoua, and the heirs of the late Mr. E. Prentice, fair linen cloth, 
by Mrs. C. Phillips, two valuable chancel chairs (oak), by Mr. Robert 
Mackay, four beautifully carved alms dishes, by Mr. C. Healey. 

A handsome altar cloth, by Mr. T. Mussen, a convenient and 8ubstan> 
tial book case, for the use of the Sunday-school, by the Messrs. Mont- 
gomery, 

ST. LDKK'S CHURCH. 

Rbv. J. Irwin reports : — In addition to the financial view of this' 
Church contained in the tabular statement, it should be mentioned, that 
during the year the Communion collections (for the poor) have amounted 
to $34.04. With this sum the Incumbent has had to meet an unusual 
amount of distress in his district during the present winter. He has been 
aided, however, by two or three small donations in money ; by a valua^ 
ble gift of a chest of tea, and a barrel of salted beef from a charitable 
merchant of this city (not of the congregation of St. Luke's), and by 'the 
kind efforts of a zealous young member of the congregation who has 
collected among bis friends a special fund for the relief of a few pressing 
cases. It is to be hoped that the establishment of a House of Industry 
^ivill to some extent relieve the Incumbent from a burden of pauperism in 
his district, altogether disproportioned to the resources at his command. 

The debt on the building, which still continues, has prevented the 
members of St. Luke's Church from contributing to the Church Society 
as largely at might be desired. This debt has been decreased during the; 




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year by the proceeds of a Concert held at the Crystal Palace, to the 
amount of $352.45. There still, however, remains a debt of $1,088 27 
on the building, which must be discharged before the congregation can 
sustain the expenses of public worship, and exhibit their liberality 
towards this and other Missionary objects. A donation of $20 has been 
made from the Sunday-school, during the year, to the Church Mission- 
ary Society, London, England. 

ST. Stephen's church. 

Rev. W. B. Cubban.— I regret that the collection for the Church 
Society is not larger ; but this was owing to the Sunday being a very 
wet one on which it was made. 

Baptisms 66; Marriages 9; Burials 27. 

. Contributions in 1864 : 

Church Missions $10 00 

Widows' and Orphans' Fund 12 00 

Subscriptions 54 38 

Few rents 800 00 

Offertory 600 00 

For the poor 68 39 

Sunday-schools 98 00 

Colonial and Continental Society 12 00 

81652 77 

TBI!(ITV CHURCH. 

Ebv. Canon Bancbopt reports : 

raid Treas. of Church Society ior Bromc Woods Mission . $238 13 less dis. 

For Christieville 200 00 

Annual Sermon 50 00 

For Widows' and Orphans' Fund 86 00 

Total paid Treasurer $574 13 

row rents 2,774 00 

Offertory 1,118 42 

Additional for poor 384 46 

Sermon for Day-school 87 54 

Subscriptions to Day-school 154 75 

Sermon for Colonial Church and School Society 58 37 

' Diocesan Synod 20 00 

il ' Sunday-school 175 33 

iln ,!., Other purposes ^ 2,707 07 

*'■'■"'' Total 88,05407 

im ! i').| Thp sums expended for the new Trinity Church will be given here- 

I; 'The corver-stone of the new Church on Yiger square was laid by the 
Lord Bishdtv and Metropolitan, on the twenty-third day of June, 1864. 
Since Iben, the body of the Church and the chancel have been roofed in, 



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and the lower story of the Tower completed. The floors have been laid, 
and the windows, showing the traceried heads, are in their places. The 
double windows of both Church and basement have been glazed and 
fixed. The basement is now ready for the plasterer, and preparations 
are rapidly progressing for the plastering of the Church. The School- 
room will be ready, it is hoped, for the Day and Sunday-schools by the 
middle of April, and the body of the Church by September. 

Returns for 1864: Sixty-seven baptisois ; twenty-eight marriages; 
forty-two burials. " Hitherto hath the Lord helped us." 

ORMSTOWN.— iV^o Report. 



PHILIPSBURG AND PIGEON HILL. 

Rev. H. MoNTaoMERY writes : — Although the past has been a year of 
severe domestic affliction and bereavement to the Rector, yet has it been 
one of many mercies, and a gracious continuance of the Divine appro- 
bation and blessing on the ministry and ordinances of the Church in 
this parish. 

Our congregations have in no wise diminished, while an ever increasing 
love for the House of God has been encouragingly manifested in the 
regular attendance of many on the services of the sanctuary, notwith- 
standing the distances they have had to travel, and the very unfavorable 
state of the weather and roads during the past four months ; as well as 
in the great self-denial manifested by our esteemed Collectors for the 
general purposes of the Church Society, and the interest taken by our 
young people in providing a Christmas-tree and refreshments for the 
children of the Sunday-school, in connection with St. Paul's, Philipsburg, 
and in tastefully decorating the Church for the Christmas and New- 
year's festivals. 

The carriage sheds, referred to in last year's report, attached to St. 
Paul's Church, Philipsburg, have been built according to contract, and 
enclosed by a good substantial fence and gate, the work having been 
done in a manner which does credit to the contractor, Capt. Krans, and 
the whole well adapted to the great public convenience for which they 
have been erected. 

It afifords me pleasure to add that the Ladies' Association at Philips- 
burg have paid the last instalment on their organ ; while that at Pigeon 
Hill had praiseworthily aided in liquidating the debt on the Church 
and in the completion of their beautiful chancel chairs, which so much 
adorn that sacred edifice. Both Associations being now out of debt 
will doubtless be encouraged to undertake some other important schemes 
for the further benefit of the congregations with which they are con- 
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The continued depreciation of the American currency greatly interferes, 
I regret to say, with our finances, and lessens the amount of our contri- 
butions to the several important objects contemplated by the Church 
Society in this Diocese. 

The following is a detailed statement of sums raised for Church pur- 
poses during the year : 

PHILIPBBURO. 

Ordinary Sunday collections .1i!33 83 

Offertory at Communion 10 88 

Collection for general purposes of Church Society 3 30 

Widows' and Orphans' Fund 2 45 

For Diocesan Synod 1 00 

Subscription towards Church Society 18 60 

For local purposes II 10 

Ladies' Association towards Organ and Church in Bronze 

Woods 60 Oa 

Towards Rector's salary 142 00 

Total 8283 16 

PIGEON HILL. 

Ordinary Sunday collections *11 6* 

Offertory at Communion 6 44 

Collection for general purposes, &c 1 07 

Widows' and Orphans' Fund 1 18 

For Diocesan Synod 69 

Subscriptions for Church Society 5 52 

For local purposes 5 50 

For Rent of Church lot 12 00 

Ladies' Association towards debt on Church 94 13 

Subscriptions towards debt on Church 42 00 

Towards Rector's salary 91 00 

Total $271 17 

Income of Glebe $90.00. 

Total income of Parish $644.33, being an increase over that of last 

year of $146.15. 

RAWDON.— iVb Report. 
RUSSELLTOWN.— M) Report. 



SABREVOIS. 

Rev. N. V. Fenn and Rev. B. P. Lewis.— In the temporary removal of 
Mr. Lewis to Lake Brandon, I will endeavour to supply such informatioa 
of this Church as lies within my reach. 

There has been again an increase in the number of communicants, 
although the English families have somewhat dwindled in numbers, 
from the younger members of them leaving the place for employment or 
marrying off. The present number of communicants is 25. On one 
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During the year the furniture of the Church has been improved and 
added to by a new carpet in the chancel, and new coverings for the 
communion table, and cushions for pulpit and desk — at a cost of $30, 
obtained by the proceeds of a soiree and the sale of needlework alone by 
the Church Sewing Society. Also a font and Church books have been 
presented to the congregation, — the former by friends in England, the 
latter by the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. The Church 
shed has also been completed, at a cost of $25. . 



SOREL. 

Rev. W. Anderson. — The parochial statistics for the past year, have 
been as follows : Baptisms, 7 ; Burials, II ; Marriages, 4 ; Communicants 
last Easter 60, and on Chrisi,, ^as-day 59, and number at present on the 
list 113 — exhibiting a total nu r of communicants in the parish in 
excess of the numbers repor d ;'v the last few years. This gratifying 
result has been chiefly attained by the admission to the Church in the 
sacrament of the Lord's Supper, of nearly the whole of the persons, 23 
in number, confirmed by the Bishop in August last. No reliable infer- 
ence, however, can safely be drawn from such data, as the population of 
Sorel is, from local circumstances, of a peculiarly shifting character, and 
the Protestant element in it, though not diminished during the past year, 
can yet hardly be said to have increased. The collection, repeated 
again this year for Foreign Missions, resulted in the voluntary contri- 
bution of $121 25, the largest amount yet realized in any one year for 
this purpose. One half of this fund was handed to the Bishop for trans- 
mission to the Venerable S.P.G. in England, in aid of their Missions to 
the Heathen in the East ; and the remaining half was paid over to the 
Kev. W. Bond in aid of the French Mission of the Colonial and Conti- 
nental Church Society. Under the auspices of the Sabre vols Institute, 
an interesting work has been commenced, during the past year, in the 
neighbourhood of Sorel. A Church Mission has been undertaken to a 
settlement of Indians, of the Abenaquis tribe, located on the banks of 
the St. Francis, at its junction with the St. Lawrence, about twenty 
miles below Soiol. Mr. Octave Fortin, B.A., of Lennoxville, originally 
educated atSabrevois, ministers statedly in French to this congregation, 
and at other times elsewhere in Sorel and its vicinity. A school, under 
an Indian teacher of really superior qualifications, has been opened at 
St. Francis, and is well attended. The work is one of promising char- 
acter, yielding matter for deep thankfulness to God for the encourage- 
ment thus far afforded. It is yet, of course, and may, for some time to 
come, continue but the " day of small things " with this effort ; but the 
hope is prayerfully entertained that " He that openeth and no man 
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crown the work with His abundant blessing. The sum of $42 was 
collected after a sermon preached in aid of the Sabrerois Institute, and 
with the amount already reported and some small private contributions 
previously sent in, make up a total for Sabrevois raised in the parish 
during the past year of upwards of $120. The Institute is also indebted 
to Miss Nelson of Sorel, and other friends, for their useful and valued 
gifts of some excellent quilts to the Boys' department at Sabrevois. The 
total amount realized from sermons and subscriptions for the Church 
Society is considerably in advance of the sum reported last year, as well 
as of the amount collected in the parish for any other Missionary pur- 
poses, domestic or foreign, amounting to $149 87}. In addition to 
these contributions a further sum of $70 was also raised among the 
congregation by the Rev. Mr. Allen, of Stanstead, in the Diocese of 
Quebec, towards liberating this Church from debt ; and by the Rev. 
Joseph Merrick, of Morin and MlUe Isles, in this Diocese, towards the 
erection of a Parsonage. The Endowment Fund has been increased by 
the payment of $400, by W. H. A. Davies, Esq. of Montreal, in liqui- 
dation of two of his notes, leaving at present in the bands of T. B. 
Anderson, Esq., the Treasurer, but one more note, for $200, fnally to 
discharge his munificent donation to the parish. Miss Guthbert and Mrs. 
Clark have also paid to the same fund their promised annual contribu- 
tions respectively of $80 and $20, deposited by the Treasurer in the 
bank, till, with the amount previously on deposit there, together with 
any other donations and subscriptions which may yet ha»tpily be re- 
' ceived, a sum of sufficient value is realized to make, under ti^o direction 
of the Investment Committee, a satisfactory and final investment. The 
financial slatement, appended below, exhibits a large increase on the 
total amount reported last year: much of this increase is unquestionably 
owing to the systematic and untiring liberality of a few in the congre- 
gation, who, " constrained by the love of Christ," are ever " willing to 
distribute and ready to communicate." May God, our Saviour, both 
multiply their number and accept their offerings : may He raise up many 
more, who, " first giving themselves to the Jjord," will esteem it a plea- 
sure and a privilege to "minister to Hiqi of their substance;" and 
inclining the poor to become rich in faith, and the rich to abound in 
good works, may He form for Himself in Sorel that truest glory of a 
congregation — a people " adorning the doctrine of God their Saviour in 
all things." 

Financial Statement. 

Pew Rents «360 00 

Offertory. , 180 00 

Sunday-school Library 20 00 

Church Society Subscriptions 80 27J 

Sermon for Missionary purposes 34 25 



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Sermon and Subscriptions for Sabrevois 68 40 

S.P.6. Foreign Missions and Colonial and Continental 

Church Society 121 25 

Endowment Fund 500 00 

Stanstead, Morin, and Mille Isle Missions 70 00 

Diocesan Synod Expenaoa 3 34 

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SOUTH STUKELEY. 

Rev. C. p. Abbott reports :— I have but little to report respecting my 
Mission this year. The Parsonage, although it was nearly completed 
two months since, remains now in about the same state, and £ believe 
that I shall not be relieved from my present inconvenient circumstances 
this winter. The various efforts which I have made throughout the 
year to liquidate the Church and Parsonage debt, have been liberally 
responded to ; but although I keenly feel the great detriment it is to my 
Mission to give such a Urge share of my time and attention to these 
matters, yet to allow to continue much longer the Church debt espe- 
cially (if it can possibly be avoided), would probably prove a greater, 
I, therefore, purpose not to relax these efforts. 

When I first commenced my duties in this Mission, I administered the 
Holy Communion every three months ; during the last year, bi-monthly ; 
and last Sacrament Sunday I notified my congregation that in future 
it would be celebrated monthly. From what I have been able to learn> 
more frequent communions have been attended, with very pleasing 
results elsewhere ; and, therefore, I can see no reason to doubt that to 
pursue the same plan here, by God's blessing, will produce the like 
result.^. 

The choir bids fair to become highly satisfactory as to numbers ; and 
there is every probability that we shall soon be able to procure the 
services of an efficient singing teacher to train thoroughly such adults 
and children in the Mission as may choose to receive his instructions. 

Upon the whole, I thought it would be better, under the Mission's 
present pecuniary embarrassment, not to solicit, as usual, contributions 
for the Church Society, &c., except simply to take up the prescribed 
annual coUectious la Church. 

The following items specify what has been raised in the Mission up to 
the present date, except one or two which I have not yet been able to 
ascertain : ■ - 

Widows' and Orphans' Fund $2 00 

Sermon for Missionary purposes 41 65 

Rev. C. P. Abbott's salary 47 50 

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Towards building Parsonage 330 44 

Klsowhoro reooivod for ditto 104 00 

■ Total «545 09 



STANBRIDGE EAST, 

Rev. J. CoNSTANTiNK. — Our subscriptions are small this year, our 
local work pressing heavily, as it will for some time to come, upon our 
slender resources. Something has, however, been done upon the inte- 
rior of our Church, and the Parsonage has received the comfortable 
addition of kitchen and shed. Special thanks are due to our zealous 
Churchwardens. We have to acknowledge, with many thanks, the 
gift of a handsome font from Mrs. Adams, of Montreal. In spiritual 
matters no previous year has brought so much satisfaction, the services 
being very well attended, and the Sunday-school steadily kept up 
throughout the year, doing its work in a remarkably satisfactory man- 
ner. Last year it was noted that Good Friday and Christmas-day 
were well observed among the people ; we are now able to add that 
Ascension-day was religiously observed by Divine service, attended by 
a good congregation. At a Confirmation, full choral service was per- 
formed in such a manner as to merit the approbation of the Lord Bishop ; 
and a choral service, of a still more satisfactory character as to its 
performance, was celebrated on Christmas-eve. 

Divine service on Sundays, morning and evening. Sunday-school in 
the afternoon. Services on the great festivals. Holy Communion 
monthly. Daily evening prayer during summer. 

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ST. ANDREWS. 

Rbv. R. Lonsdell. — In reviewing the effects of our labours, and the 
efforts of the congregation generally, we may hope that some progress 
has been made as regards the interests of the Church, identified as she 
is with the spiritual improvement of her children. 

The attentive and solemn demeanour of the congregation — together 
with the very great improvement of that part of our worship which 
consists of praise as well as of prayer, as also the increase in the number 
of communicants during the year, call forth our devout gratitude to that 
gracious God from whom cometh every good and perfect gift. Still we 
have to lament the irreligion and indifference of many to whom the 
means of grace are offered, and whom we beseech in Christ's name to be 
reconciled to God. 

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Cliurcli Socioty, Missionai^ i)uri)osos $(56 50 

Annual Sermon, " " 5 00 

D(» Widows' and Orphans' Fund 4 00 

Do towards expenses of Synod, 3 00 

Endowment Fund . . 81 00 

I'roceeds of Bazaar 295 05 

Wliich was applied to paying a debt on the Rectory, 
painting the outside work, and repairs of Church tower. 
From tliis sum, !!^140 was placed iu the hands of the 
Koctor. 
Subscription-" to Clergyman 328 40 

?773 65 

ST. JOHNS. 

Rev. H. F. Darnell, Rector. — At the close of another year, notes with 
much thankfulness and satisfaction the various efforts which have been 
made in this Parish to further the stability and efiRciency of the Church, 
as well as the measure of success which has been accorded to them. As 
will bo seen by the appended statement, a considerable sura has been 
raised for Church purposes, and that with a cheerful readiness which 
brings a double blessing. " God lovcth a cbeerful giver." 

There has been an increase both in the Sunday and Communion oflfer- 
tory. A deficit on account of the current expenses of last year to the 
amount of about $120, has been liquidated by a collection after a special 
sermon, and weekly subscriptions from adults ; besides which, the sum 
of $600 with interest account has been paid off from the debt upon the 
High School, which is now reduced to $1,200. It is believed that 
another year or two of persevering effort will remove the last vestige of 
this incubus ; it is, therefore, plainly the duty of this Parish to strain 
every nerve to the accomplishment of this object. In view of such an 
effort, the Church Society (much as it needs and deserves aid from all 
quarters) must necessarily modify its expectations as regards this local- 
ity. It is feared that $100 per annum, from all sources, is as much as 
can be spared during this pressure. 

As regards the spiritual progress of the Church in this place, it is 
hoped that it is in some degree commensurate with its material prosper- 
rity. The attendance upon the various Church services has been if any. 
thing upon the increase, especially as regards adults ; the communicants 
numbering, iu St. Johns, 150 ; and in Lacadie, 24. The junction of 
Lacadie with Laprairie is strongly recommended; together they would 
form quite as desirable a Mission, and quite as good a field as many that 
are now occupied.. Five hundred dollars have been subscribed towards 
a new Church in Lacadie, to bo placed ten miles distant from Laprairie, 
and more would be forthcoming if the union could be effected and a 
diligent and faithful Missionary appointed to take up the ground. With 
so many other duties pressing upon him, it is impossible for the Rector, 
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The following are the sums collected : 

Vcvf rents paid in 9522 00 

Sunday Offertory 275 00 

Communion do and donations fur poor 76 00 

8ormon for oflTortory 16 00 

Weekly subscriptions for deticit at larft Eoator 00 00 

Special sermon for " " 50 00 

Subscription for liquidating dobt on ]Iigh School, paid in. . 21G 50 

Bazaar by ladies 381 90 

Subscription to Church Society 43 60 

Do for last year 10 00 

For Church in Urome Woods 19 50 

I'resont of Clock for Church 10 00 

Widows' and Orphans' Fund 16 00 

81,094 40 
VAUDREUIL. 

Rev. J. Pykb reports : — The following sums have been collected in 
this Parish for Church purposes : 

Church Society » 41 S7J 

Missionary Purposes 6 25 

Widows' and Orphans' Fund 6 00 

Contributions for local purposes : 

Pew Rents 126 00 

Towards Sunday-school library 11 50 

Endowment Fund 400 00 

$590 62^ 

WATERLOO. 

Rbv. D. Lindsay writes:— I am glad to say that the subscription list 
for the Church Society is larger than last year. The collections after 
the sermons for the Missionary purposes are somewhat less. We have, 
however, every reason to be thankful for the progress God has vouch- 
safed to us during the past twelve months. The visit of the Bishop to 
administer the rite of Confirmation, has given, as it always does, a 
higher tone to our spiritual life ; and the number of our communicants 
has steadily increased. 

The parish has undergone some changes through the appc'ntment of 
the Rev. G. C. Robinson to Clarendon. The funds of the Society hardly 
warranted an increased expenditure in this locality ; so Fulford, since 
the 22nd of October last, has been placed by the Bishop under the care 
of the Rev. T. Fyles ; and the Rev. Mr. Fortin, who is stationed at 
Boscobel (a Mission at present under my care), gives a service once a 
fortnight in this parish. We thus provide the usual Sunday services. 
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my colleague. I think vre are becoming self-sustaining. The amounts 
collected indicate that at no distant date, the whole or greater part of 
my allowance should be giren up, and then a claim for some assistance 
to reach the scattered settlements, might be made. These places should 
not be neglected, for they are, in my opinion, the very fields for Mission- 
ary labour, and for which our Mission Board should take special care. 
All uur local works— such as Sunday-schools, choirs, ladies' associations 
— are doing well. The Sunday-school at St. Luke's, has just procured 
a new library, towards which were some liberal subscriptions. The old 
one has been divided among less favoured communities — an act with 
which I was exceedingly pleased. Of the amount collected for the 
support of the Parish, the following distribution has been made : 
$121 12 to the Rev. G. C Uobinson, to make up his stipend with the 
Church Society grant of $200 to $400 per annum ; $335 to the Rev. 
D.Lindsay, to make up his stipend, with $365 from Clergy fund to $700 
per annum ; $10 for arrears ; and $65 43 for the disposal of the 
Parish. I sincerely pray that the Society may be sustained, and able 
to give to the new places which are rising up the same generous sup. 
port which we, for so many years, have received from the S.P.G. There 
are many districts where a minister of Christ would find ample work 
in his Master's cause. 
The following are the details of the amounts expended : 

Offertory at St. Luke' a: 

Missionary Sermon 85 68 

Endowment Fund 7 66 

Sunday-school 9 02 

Rev. T. Fylcs' Cliurch 13 60 

Ordinary purposes 113 47 

»149 13 

Offertory at Christ Church : 

Missionary Sermon 83 00 

Widows' and Orphans' Fund donation 6 00 

Rev. T. Fyles' Church 3 75 

Ordinary purposes 26 00 

836 76 

Sunday-school Library 63 00 

Church Society 9108 

Donation to Endowment Fund 4 00 

Sewing Society 66 00 

Collected for Fulford Church 147 42 

Interest from Endowments and Subscriptions, per parish. 531 56 

$1068 93 

WEST FARNHAM. 

Rbv. T. W. Mussbn reports :— -During the first two months of the past 
year the incumbent was incapacitated by severe illness from attending 
to the discharge of his duties. He was enabled, however, to secure the 
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The Bumtner months were cliiefly occupied in preparing candidates fur 
confirmation. And at the visitation of bis Lordship the Bishop, on the 
26th of August last, tweuty-scven persons solemnly renewed the vows 
of their Baptismal covenant — two of the candidates receiving Daptigra 
only the day before. On this occasion, the Bishop consecrated sumo 
additional ground, which the demands of the Mission required to bo 
included in the graveyard. 

There is little further worthy of remark, except that it might be men- 
tioned, that the girls attending our Sunday-school have organi^sed a 
Sewing Society, with the intention of aiding in the internal improve- 
ments and decoration of our Church. It is hoped that the past success 
of this Society will encourage its members to proceed in their praise- 
worthy undertaking. 

The details of amounts raised, are as follows : 

Annual subscriptionf) to Church Society S 47 50 

CoUoctlon— Missionary purposes 5 45 

" Widows' and Orphans' Fund 4 45 

" Diocesan Synod 1 50 

OflTortory 86 82 

Sacramontal Offertory appropriated to endowments 22 26 

Sunday-school collection 8 81 

Clergyman's salary 134 62i 

Local purposes 148 35i 

Total 81459 77 



WEST SHEFFORP. 

Rev. a. T. Whittbn : — In last year's Report, we expressed a hope 
that this year would shew an improvement in our subscriptions to the 
Church Society. This hope has been in a measure realized, as the Re- 
port will shew, though not so fully as we could wish. The cry of hard 
times and scarceness of money exceeds even that of last year, and I 
think very justly too. We have reason nevertheless to thank God for 
the measure of success that has attended our feeble efforts in this 
Mission during the past year ; for the health and strength afforded to 
myself, enabling me to perform service regularly at three stations, (at 
two of which I have Sunday-schools;) and to carry on the work of the 
Ministry generally : and that throughout the whole of my Mission, com- 
prising West Shefford, and parts of East Farnham, Granby and Brome, 
an increased zeal is manifested amongst our people, for our holy 
religion. 

There remains however, much to be done, and I pray God, that by the 
sending to us the grace of his Holy Spirit, we may bo stirred up to 
greater efforts and increased zeal in the work, that many sinners may be 
converted and gathered home to the Church, that one fold under the 
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The amounts raised in the Mission, the past year, are as follows : 

SiibHcriptions to Church Soolotjr 9 21 65 

Miiwionary purposoi) 3 90 

Clcrgyman'8 Htipond 108 60 

Donations to I'ariionagc 66 0^ 

rrocoeds of a FeHtival 36 00 

Total W26 1>1 

A neat and substantial fence has been made round the Churchyard, 
and one side of the Church newly shingled, the last summer, the expense 
of which I do not know, as it was done by the united labour of the peo- 
ple themselves. 

UNITED MISSIONS OP GRANBY, ROXTON, AND NORTH 

SHEFFORD. 

Rev. W. Jonks :— The Missionary at this station has been labouring, 
he trusts diligently and faithfully, in his Master's service, " teaching and 
prcmonishing, feeding and providing for the Lord's family, seeking for 
Christ's sheep that are dispersed abroad, and for his children who are la 
the midst of this naughty world, that they may be saved through Christ 
for ever." (Ordination service.) Although now and then, here and 
there, a member of the fold seems to be wavering in his duty to God 
and in his affection for bis Church, yet others are happily to be found 
who, by the holiness of their lives, the loveliness of their Christian 
Spirit, and the earnestness of their prayers, are holding up our hands and 
enabling us to bes*- onward the standard of the Cross. 

With respect to the Church Society I am afraid that until our Missions 
are settled upon a firmer pecuniary basis, and our local wants better 
supplied, we shall not be able to render any considerable aid to the great 
and holy work of Christian Missions either domestic or foreign. We 
send our accustomed contribution and shall endeavour to add thereto 
from year to year. 

The Missionary tenders his tbanks to those who collected for this 
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The Committee of the Central Board, in completing its sketch 
of the operations of the Diocesan Church Society during the past 
year, would devoutly acknowledge that the success which has 
thus far attended its labours, affords matter for deep thankfulness 
to the Great Head of the Church ; and should stimulate us all to 
fresh exertions in helping on the good work. But while the 
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and progrosfl, as shown from the published returns of the different 
Missionaries, still they cannot refrain from making known how 
urgent arc the Church's culls for help in many of t)ie remote set- 
tlements of the Diocese. 

There is enough of spiritual destitution to employ our largest 
liberality. An awakened impulse of Missionary enterprise is 
much needed. If our borders are extending, and our population 
annually increasing, it is surely a reason for the Church to wake 
up, and to enlarge her heart, and to increase the measure of her 
Missionary contributions. The body is made up of limbs and 
members ; the Church is composed of individual.-? ; let each indi- 
vidual then enquire what his duty as a member of the body is, 
and then diligently and prayerfully set himself to perform it. 
Something more is required from us than mere profession, or the 
scanty offering doled out by worldly prudence, and which is at 
once disproportionate to the magnitude of the object for which it 
is solicited, and unworthy the cause to which it is to be applied. 
May Almighty God so dispose our hearts, that we all may mani- 
fest more interest, and make greater sacrifices than we have ever 
hitherto done for advancing the Missionary work of the Church 
Society of the Diocese. 

The Board would again take this oppoituaity of impressing 
upon each Parish and Mission in the Diocese, the duty of endea- 
vouring to secure some partial endowment for its own maintenance. 
It is to be hoped that those Parishes which have participated in 
the liberality of the S. P. G's grant for endowments will manifest 
their gratitude for the same by using unremitting efforts for the 
yearly augmentation of the fund which they now possess, in order 
that they may gradually attain to a state of self support ; and that 
in those missions where no endowment as yet exists, strenuous ex- 
ertions should at once be made for its formation, either by special 
contributions, or by a monthly or quarterly offertory, with a view 
to create a fund, which, in the course of time, would help to pro- 
duce some permanent provision for the resident Missionary. 

The Committee, in conclusion, feel that they are justified in 
drawing attention to a subject which has been a means of largely 
benefitting the benevolent and Missionary Societies in the mother 
Church : — they allude to the matter of bequests. It is desirable 



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to call the iittcnlion of the rich among us to the cliiims which thin 
Society has upon thctn, and which ought not to bo forgotten in 
their final disposal of their worldly substance. Wo may bo per- 
mitted to remind them that a very largo proportion of the incomes 
of the two Venerable Societies in our Fatherland, to whom, under 
God, the Church in this Province is mainly indebted for her very 
existence, — the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel, and the 
Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge,— was derived from 
funds of which these bodies hud become possessed as the recipients 
of legacies. This subject occupied a part of our last Report, but 
whether with eflFect or not, time alone can tell. It is pleasing, 
liowcver, on this occasion, to have to record a bequest of 0500 
made by a deceased resident of Dunham to that Parish, as an ex- 
pression of gratitude for having had made known to him the way 
of salvation through Jesus Christ, by the ministrations of the 
Church ; thereby furnishing to others an example of the pious 
dedication of wealth, as far as lies in their power, for perpetuating 
the sacred services of the Church in their own neighbourhoods, 
for the benefit of those who come after them. {Vide "Form of 
Bequest," in Appendix.) 

The Committee cannot permit their Report to go forth to the 
Diocese, without referring with sentiments of undiminished regret, 
to the shortly expected departure of His Excellency Lieut.- 
Gen. Sir F. Williams, K.C.B., the true friend and ever rearly 
helper of all undertakings connected with the Church, and a 
liberal annual contributor to the funds of this Society. His 
Excellency will long live in the grateful remembrance of Church- 
men in this Diocese, and have thtiv good wishes and prayers. 



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Model Schools.— The numbers for the year in these schools are: Boys, 183; 
girls, 125; in&nts, 116. Total, 374. 

CouMTRY Schools.— The Society has now, in connection with this Committee, 
twenty schools in the country parts, on whose books are about 850 scholars. The 
Committee desire to reiterate the deep regret— often before expressed— that the 
Ainds of the Society will not admit of an increased grant, enabling them to ro-occupy 
the ground lately abandoned, because of the withdrawal of a large portion of the 
aid formerly extended to the cause of education in this Diocese. 



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MEMBERS OF THE CHURCH SOCIETY. 



* His Excellency the Governor General. 

* The Lord Bishop of the Diocese. • 

* Lieut.-Gen. Sir F. Williams, K.C.B. 

» Lieut.-Gen. Sir William Rowan, K.C.B. 

* Right Hon. Sir Edmund Head, Bart. 
Hon. Major-Gen. Lindsay, M.P. 



Abbott, Rev. C. P., Stukely. 
Adams, Mrs., Montreal. 
Allan, Rev. J., St. Vincent de Paul. 
Anderson, Mrs. John, Sorel. 
Anderson, Rev. W., Sorel. 
•Anderson, T. B., Montreal. 
Andrews, H. O. 
Armstrong, Charles L., Sorel. 
•Aylwin, Hon. Judge, Montreal. 
Aylwin, Mrs., " 

•Badgely, Hon. W., " 

Bagg, S. C, 

Baker, A. L., Frelighsburg. 
Baker, W. J.^ " 

Baker, Col. J., Dunham. 
Baker, William, " 
Baker, J. C, Montreal. 
Bancroft, Rev. Canon, Montreal. 
Berczy, Mr., D'Aillebout. 
Barnston, G., Montreal. 
Bartlett, Rev. J. M., 
Bethune, S., " 
Brooke, Jno., " 
Bond, J. B., " 
Blackwood, Miss M., Scotland. 
•Bond, Rev. W. B., Montreal. 
Bonner, J., " 

Bowker, H. M., " 

Braithwaite, Rev. J., Chambly. 
Brathwaite, Rev. F. G., Onslow. 
Brooks, Mrs., England. 
Brown, Alfred, Montreal. 
Brown, J. J., Montreal. 
Brydges, C. J., Montreal. 

* LIFE MBUBSRS. 



Budden, H., Montreal. 
Bulmer, H., •' 
Burt, Rev. F., Huntingdon. 
•Campbell, Major, C. B., Chambly. 
Carter, Geo., Montreal. 
•Crawford, John, Montreal. 
•Christie, Mrs., Ohristieville. 
Clarke, Mrs. E. A., Berthier. 
Cochrane, M. H., Montreal. 
Chamberlin, B., " 

Chapman, Mrs. H., " 
Cooper, W., " 

Conolly, Colonel, " 
Codd, Rev. F., Aylmer. 
Constantine, Rev. J., Stanbridge 

East. 
Converse, J. A., 
Coote, Isaac, St. Johns. 
Cuthbert, Miss, Berthier. 
Corse, D. J., Montreal. 
Ourran, Rev. W. B., 
Darnell, Rev. H. F., St. Johns. 
Davidson, Rev. J. 0., Cowansville. 
Davidson, Rev. J. B., Frelighsburg. 
Dean, The Very Rev., Montreal. 
Davies, W. H. A., " 

Day, Hon. Judge, ."....; 

Dixon, J. S., "i 

Dixon, B., > Berthier, Kildare. 
Dixon, John, ) 
Drum, L, " 

Dawson, S. E., Montreal. 
Durnford, Mis.=), " 
Du Vernet, Rev. E., Hemmingford. 



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Dyde, Col., Montreftl. 

BUegood, Rev. J., Montreal. 

Blliott, Jos., " 

Empey, A., " 

Falkener, J. S,, " 

Fenn, Rev. N. V., Sabreyois. 

Ferres, James Moir, Montreal. 

Foster, A. B., Frost Village. 

Foster, Avad, Brome. 

Foster, S. W., " 

Foster, H. S., " 

Fowler, R. J., Montreal. 

Fraser, Dr., " 

Freer, E. S., " 

Fulford, F. D., » 

Fulford, Mrs., " 

Fulton, Rev. J., Russelltown. 

Garth, C, Montreal. 

*Gault, M. H., Montreal. 

Gault, A. F., " 

Geddes, Charles, " 

Geddes, Mr., " 

Geddes, Mrs. Chs. " 

Gibb, Charles, " 

•6ibb,IsaacJ. " 

•Gibb, Mrs. I. J., " 

Gibb, J. D., " 

Gibb, Mrs. J. D., " 

Gibb, B., " 

Glennon, Jno., Montreal. 

Godden, Rev. J., Potton. 

Godden, Rev. J., Clarenceville. 

Godfrey, Mrs., Montreal. 

Gribble, Rev. J., Portage du Fort. 

Gordon, James, Montreal. 

Gordon, Mrs. A., " 

•Griffin, F., " 

Griffin, Rev. Jos., Gore. 

•Hall, Geo., St. Johns. 

Hallowell, Mr., Montreal. 

Henderson, W., " 

Handyside, Chas. " 

Hill, Mrs. Benjamin. 

Hall, Mrs. B., » 

Hopkins, E. M., " 

Hooper, A. C, " 

Howe, A., " 

Howard, Dr. R. P., " 

Howard, Mrs. " 

Holland, Mrs. P., " 

Holmes, Mrs. W., " 

Hutton, J., " 

Button, Mrs., " 

Isaacson, J. H. « 



Irwin, Rev. J., Montreal. 
Johnson, Rev. J., Hull. 
Johnson, Rev. Thos., Abbotsford. 
Johnson, Professor, Montreal. 
Johnson, W. P., " 

Jones, Rev. J., Granby. 
Jones, Rev. W., Granby. 
King, E. H., Montreal. 
Kerry, John, " 

Kirby, Thos., '« » 

Lane, D. C. G., " 
Lawlor, J., Kildare. 
Leach, Rev. Canon, Montreal. 
Leach, Mrs., " 

Leslie, E. J., ^ " 

Lancaster, Rev. C. H., Thome. 
Lindsay, Rev. D., Frost Village. 
Lindsay, Rev. R., Brome. 
Linley, Charles, Montreal. 
Lockbart, Rev. A. D., LacoIIe. 
Longueoil, Baron, St. Johns. 
Longueuil, Baroness, " 
Lonsdell, Rev. R., St. Andrews. 
Loosemore, Rev. P. W., Montreal, 
•Lovell, John, Montreal. 
Lowe, John, St Armand East. 
Ludlam, W., Montreal. 
Lunan, W., Sorel. 
McDonald, Mrs. F., St. Andrews. 
McKay, Mrs. Henry, MontreaL 
McKay, Robert, " 

•Mackie, Capt., 88th Regiment. 
•Mackie, Rev. Official, England. 
Macrae, George, Montreal. 
•Macrae, Wm., St. Johns. 
McCulIoch F., Montreal. 
Macdonald E , « 

Macdonald, Mr., " 
Macdonald, W., Montreal. 
Macdougall, D. L., " 
Macginnes, Wm., Christieville. 
•MacLaren, Jas., Montreal. 
•McCord, Hon. Judge, '* 
McKenzie, Mrs. G., " 
McLeod, Rev. J., Christieville. 
Merrick, Rev. W. C, Berthier. 
Merrick, Rev. Jos., Morin. 
•Modbury, W., 

•Mofifatt, Hon. George, Montreal. > 
Moffatt, Mrs., " 

Moflfatt, G., jun. " 

Moffatt, Ogilvy. " 

Monk, G. H., St. Martin de Blain- 
ville. 



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'Montague, W. 

Montgomery, Rev. H., St. Armand 

West. 
*Montizambert, E., Quebec. 
Morland, T., Montreal. 
Mulholland, H., Montreal. 
Mussen, H., Montreal. 
Mussen, Tbos., " 
Mussen, Mrs. T., " 
Mussen, Rer. T. W., W. Farnham. 
Neve, Rev. F. S., Grenville. 
Newcombe, Mrs. " 

Nicholls, Rev. Principal, Lennox- 

ville. 
O'Grady, Mrs. " 

Ogden, Rev. W. M., Montreal. 
Osgood, W. A., St. John's. 
*Pangman, Hon. J., Mascouche. 
'Pangman, Mrs. " 

Parker, F. J., Potton. 
Parker, Robert, Hemniingford. 
Parkin, J., Montreal. 
Peirce, 0. J., St. John's. 
Pillar, Mr., Montreal, 
Pilkington, Mrs., Montreal. 
*Pipon, Mrs. C, Jersey. 
Porter, Miss, Montreal. 
Pyke, Rev. J., Yaudreuil. 
tRamsay, Rev. J., Ireland. 
Rachan, Mrs., <* 
Ramsay, Mrs., Montreal. 
Reynolds, W. P., Montreal. 
Robinson, Rev. G., 
*Robinson, Rev. F., Abottsford. 
Roe, T. P., Montreal. 
RoUit, Rev. G., Rawdon. 
Rose, Mrs., Montreal. 
Ross, Mrs., Montreal. 

Ross, Miss, " 

Russell, Lord Alex., " 
Russell, Lady Alex., " 
Routh, H. L., " 

Rae, Mrs., " 

Robertson, Mrs. A., Montreal. 
Robinson, Mrs. S., Waterloo. 
Savage, John. 
Sache, W., Montreal. 
Sanborne, John, Milton. 
Seaborne, Rev. W. M., Kildare. 
Scott, Dr. W. E., Montreal. 
Scott, Archdeacon, Dunham. 
•Sealy, J. 
Seaman, Rev. J. 



Selby, Thomas, Dunham. 
•Seweli, Rev. H. D., Quebec. 
•Shelton E. E., Montreal. 
Shepherd, R. W., Vaudreuil, 
Simpson, George W., Montreal. ' 
Simpson, Mrs. George W., " 
Simpson, Mrs. A., *' 

Shanly, Walter, M.P P., «' 
Slack, Rev. G., Bedford. 
*Smith, Alexander, Montreal. 
Smith, Rev. J., Sutton. 
Spence, J., " 

Stratton, F. C, Mohtreal. 
Smith, Walter, Onslow. 
•Stayner, T. A., Toronto. 
♦Stuart, Henry, Montreal. 
Sutherland, Dr., " 
Sutton, Rev. E. J., Edwardstown, 
Stotherd, Capt. R. E., Montreal. 
Sullivan, Rev. E., «' 

Stanway, Mr. " 

Stanway, Mrs., Montreal. 
Schneider, Mr. 
Skakel, Mrs. 

Smith, G. F. C., Montreal. 
Smith, S. G., " 

Stephen, Geo., " 

Stephen, Mrs. G., " 
Swanston, J., " 

Tate, Rev. F. B., " 
Tate, F., jun., " 

Tate, Miss, " 

•Taylor, Col., R.A., " 
Taylor, Hugh, " 

Taylor, R., " 

Tempest, John, " 

♦Thomas, Henry, " 
Thomas, Mrs., " 

Thomas, Esther E., « 
Thomas, H. W., " 

Thomas, Amy, " 

Thomas, Claude, « 
Tiffin, J., " 

Thompson, S. H., " 
Townsend, Rev. Canon, Clarence- 

ville. 
•Tylee, R. S., Montreal. 
Townsend, Mr., " 
Townsend, Mrs., " 
Tuggy, C, " 

Usborne, G. W., Portage du Fort. 
Vass, A. H., . 
Vaughan, Mr., St. John's. 
•Wait, Rev. W. W., England. 



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Walkcm, 0., Montreal. 
Westorer, D., St. Armand East. 
Wheeler, Dr., Montreal. 
White, Rer. Canon. " * 

Whitney, H. H., " 

Whitfield, J. M., Granby. 
Whitten, Rev. T. A., West Shefford. 
Wilgress, Colonel, Lachlne. 
•Wilbraham, Rev. C. P. 
'Williams, John. 
Williams, Miles, Montreal. 
Williams, Miles, jun., " 



•Wilmot, Col. R. A., England. 

Winn, J. H., Montreal. 

Wiseman, John, " 

Wiseman, Mri., " 

Wood, Rev. Edmund/' 

Wood, D. R., " 

Woodward, Mr., *' 

Workman, W., " 

Wright. Rev. W., M.D., 

Wray, Rev. H. B., 

Young, Rev. T. A., CoteauduLac. 



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LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS FOR 1864. 



AYLMEll. 

For Clergyman's salary, indudinn 
pew rents. 

Chopmoll, 11 »20 00 

Conrov, K 10 00 

Cuzner, M 6 (X) 

Church, L>r 6 00 

DriHcoU, A 8 00 

Murphy, J 4 00 

Radnier, G 7 00 

Snow, J. A 7 00 

Young, U. A 16 00 

Total »84 00 

For repairing the house used as a 
Parsonage. 

Bell, Mm *2 00 

Bolton, G 1 00 

Church.C, II 1 00 

Church, L. K 1 00 

Cash 4 60 

Conroy, R 2 00 

Campbell, W. A 2 00 

Driscoll, A 1 00 

Egan, Mrs 2 00 

Fleming, J. K 1 00 

Hanley, J 26 

Holt.Mrs 200 

Jacques, X. U 60 

Lawlor, K. S 2 00 

Murphy, J 1 00 

Martin, J 25 

Connell, Jlr. G 60 

Prentice, J. B 1 00 

Parkor,H 1 00 

Eadmer, G 1 00 

R^otte, J 50 

Roney, Mrs 25 

Totton, Mrs 25 

Turgeon, A 25 

Young.R.A 200 

Collected for Church Soiree by Mrs. 
Chepmell and Mrs. Church. 

Chamberlain, Mrs $0 60 

Church, Mrs. 1" 2 00 

Chepmell, Mrs 1 00 

Driscoll, Mrs 1 00 

Delislo, Mrs 50 

Egan, Mrs 1 00 

Jfigrath, « 60 

Maguire,Mr8 100 

Parker, Mrs. H 50 

Snow, 3Irs 2 00 



Collected by Miss ('. Conroy and Miss 
Holt. 

Aylen, Mrs $0 25 

(Conroy, Mrs 60 

Friends 1 08 

Gordon, Mrs 60 

Grimes, Miss 26 

Holt, Miss 60 

McConucIl, Mrs 60 

McLean, Mrs 60 

McLean, Mrs. J 80 

I'almer, Mrs. and Miss 80 

Sayer, R. U 50 

Symmes, Mr '. 60 

D. G.l) 060 

Collected by Miss IHlnhie. 

Bolton, Mr 10 

Bryant, Mrs 06 

Bell, Mrs 25 

Clark, Mrs 25 

Cuzner. Mrs : . . 25 

Holt, Mrs 26 

Maguiro, Mrs 60 

Murphy, Mrs 60 

Maguire, Mr. J 60 

Martin, J 26 

Ritchie, Miss £ ». 26 

Ritchie. Mrs flO 

Revd. F. Codd 17 60 

Total $87 43 

BEDFORD. 

Collected by Mrs. A, L. Brown, 

Brown, N .8. J. r »1 00 

Bro.Tn, A. L 60 

ramniil!. J. H 60 

Corcy.J. H 60 

Coslett, Mrs. W 25 

Coslett, Edw'd 25 

Dickenson, R. N. r 100 

Meigs, H. 025 

Meigs,- Mrs. C 60 

SuUey, Geo 100 

Collected by Mrs. J. Briggs &nd Miss 
Adams. 

Adams, Nelson 2 00 

Akombrack, M. E 26 

Briggs, Mrs. J. R 50 

Martin, Nye 26 

Stone,S. W 60 

Woodbury, Mrs. P 2 00 

Woodbury, Elizabeth 26 



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Collerltdhy Mr. Chait. Wntnon. 

Aookut, ltlc)imoiiil 60 

BockuH, W»'IHngton <• 60 

BocUui, II. N 9 fW 

Hanvor, Kobb } <»" 

Wftteon, Charli'H 1 00 

Collected by Her. Geo, Slack. 

Alcombraok, Klol. « 1 OO 

ItarnoM, O. A 60 

llarneM, Lvman 60 

Coroy, Caleb 60 

Frpligh, (>..'■ 1* 1 <»<> 

UibHono, Edwin 60 

Ilanvur, IMilHp 60 

Hanvor, John 26 

McDonald, Uornard 60 

Montio, J. F 1 00 

Mlll8,.I.N 1 00 

Neer, John 60 

Phelps, Hiram 100 

IMosB, MiriH 60 

Rlx, II. A 1 00 

Reynold!*, R. C 1 00 

Rixford, L. r 1 00 

Watson, David 60 

Slack, Rev. (J 750 

Slack, Mrs 2 00 

Slack, MiHH 1 00 

Slack, II. 1 1 00 

HERTHIER. 

Collected by Miss Morrison and Miss 
Forneret. 

Church Society. 

Bostwick, Mrs $1 00 

Clark, Mrs. E, A 8 00 

Cuthbert, Miss 4 00 

Cuthbert, Mrs. E 90 

Clark, Miss 60 

Dixon, Mrs. U 1 00 

Dixon, J. 8 6 00 

Dunn, Logic 1 00 

Dunn, Stuart 1 00 

Forneret, Charles 2 00 

Uuerout, Mrs 1 00 

Kittson, A 1 00 

Morrison, Mr 1 00 

Marriok, Rev. W. C 7 60 

McConnell, W 100 

Robertson, Mrs 50 

Ralston, Miss 1 00 

Total 832 40 

Missionary Bores, 

Clark, Miss «13 80 

Friend 2 75 

Uuerout, Mrs 60 

Morrison, Miss 1 50 

Total »60 55 

Juvenile offerings to the S. P. G. 
Coyle, Henry, & Forneret, George 8 60 

Endowment Fund. 

Bostwick, J 86 30 

Clark, Mrs. E. A 26 50 

Cuthbert, Mias 43 70 



Cuthbert, Mrs. E. 6 89 

Dunn,T. H 10 UU 

Foruuret, <'harlc( 2H 26 

(iui'rout, Mrs 3 00 

Kittnon, A 13 26 

Merrick, Rov. W. C 6 00 

Morrison, W 21 20 

Road, J 10 00 

Robertson, J 6 80 

Total 8177 40 



IIROME. 

For the Mission at Knowlton. 

Blunt, E 81 00 

Dunk(n,C 60 00 

Chamberllu T 2 00 

Foster, 8. 8., M.D 20 00 

Foster, II. 8 60 00 

Foster, 8. W 26 00 

Foster, A. T 10 00 

Farmer, (jourge 2 00 

Iloueynian, James 6 00 

Hicks. Francis 6 00 

Bennett, Kdson 1 00 

Crowhurst, James 1 00 

Hewsoq, Isaac 12 OO 

Knowlton, Luke M 25 00 

Lynch, Thomus 10 00 

Marsh, Samuel 2 00 

Macfarlane, John 4 00 

Mills, Erastus 6 00 

Norris, 2 00 

I'ettes, Nathaniel 6 00 

Patterson, John 3 00 

Patterson, Ueorgo 100 

Peters, George C. 3 00 

Poters, l!«aac 1 00 

Ross, Ellas 2 00 

Robb, George 4 00 

Scott, Spencer 6 00 

Sanborn, C 5 00 

Tibbetts, N 5 00 

Thompson, William 2 00 

Upatono, William 1 00 

Wilson, Ezra 4 00 

BROMK CORNEIIH. 

Chandler, H. M 2 00 

Chandler, A 10 00 

Chandler, E. L 5 00 

Chandler, Miss 1 00 

Caldwell, E 1 00 

Clark, D 1 00 

Chapman, Thomas 6 00 

Dorming, George 2 00' 

41emler. William 5 00 

Jackson, John 3 00 

O'Malley, J 1 00 

Patch, E. H 5 00> 

Pettes, N 600 

Potts, John 1 00 

Prime, B 2 00 

Prime, Tliomas, M.D 5 00 

Reid,N. E 8 00 

Rogers, William 5 00 

Smlth.D.W 200 

Toof,J. II 100 

Thompson, John 2 00 

Wilson, Freeman 6 00 

Williams, Henry 20 00 



40 



00 

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00 
00 



100 


2 00 


4 00 


600 


500 


GOO 


2 00 


1 00 


1 00 


200 


10 00 


6 00 


1 00 


1 00 


1 00 


600 


2 00- 


600 


8 00 


100 


5oa 


600 


1 00 


200 


5 00 


300 


500 


200 


100 


200 


600 


20 00 



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CUAMULY, 

For Church Sockft). 

Braithwalte, Kov. Jon »7 60 

Bntthwaite, .Jo« 60 

Braithwaite, Kt>v. J. (omittnd in 

1868) 7 60 

Braithwaito, Jus. (umlttvd in 1868) 5U 

Total fWOO 

ClIRIsflKVILLK. 

For Church Society, 

Ca«8on, ThomaH fO 26 

Cliristio, Mm 6 00 

Ditto W. andO 6 00 

Corrun, Mm 60 

CouKind. Mrs 26 

Duffln, Mm., 30 

Irving, .lames 26 

Jono8, llonorablo K. (W. and O.) 10 00 

JonoH, Mrs 4 00 

Lavicount, Miss 26 

MoGlnnIs, \V 6 00 

MoUinnis, Mrs 2 00 

McDougall, Mrs 26 

MoLeod, Uev.J. A 7 60 

Pearson, Jolin 1 00 

Reeves, Mrs 60 

Ryder, W 60 

Sawyer, Mrs 26 

For Church Repairi. 

Casson, Thomas 6 60 

Caldwell, Mrs 60 

Christie, Mrs 40 00 

Corran, Henry 6 00 

Cousins, Mrs. T 6 00 

Duffln, William 4 00 

Irving, James 4 60 

Jones, Honorable R 20 00 

Lavicount, Miss (1868) 60 

MoGinnis, William. . 30 00 

McLood, Rev. J. A 26 00 

MoDourall, Mrs 2 00 

MpMulIin, Alexander 1 60 

Pearson, John 4 60 

Proctor, George 2 00 

Reeves, Mrs 2 00 

Roden, William 2 00 

Ryder, William 4 50 

Stephenson, Joseph 2 00 

Richardson, William 2 00 

Tyler, Orange 6 00 

Twambley, George 8 00 

Total S213 30 

CLARENCEVILLB. 

FAKI8H OF ST. OBOBOB. 

Bullock, John f 1 00 

Curtis, James 2 00 

Hawley, Mrs. Peter 1 00 

Hunter, John 1 00 

Longeway, Augustus 1 00 

Sawyer, David 1 00 

Townsend, Rev. M 7 60 

Townsend, Mrs 1 00 

Townsend, Helen 50 

Townsend, Harriet M 26 



ColUcM hi/ Mi$i r. KlHi. 

Aoros, Mrs 26 

Dupuls, l)r 1 00 

Uuiiborry, Charles 26 

Derrick, Alonato 36 

Derrick, A. H 86 

Derrick, William 36 

Derrick, I' m 

Fadden. Ira 12] 

Hardy, William 36 

Provencal, Charles 35 

Johnson, Mrs. <i. W 100 

MoKoe, James 60 

Mactte, Sirs. J 1 00 

Monagban, Mr 45 

Nutt.Mrs. D 1 00 

Phillips, George 12| 

Robinson, John 50 

Row, Col. (J 60 

Smith, U. M 60 

Sails, D 26 

Salhi, Miss Chariotte 12^ 

Tryon, John 12| 

Taughan, Hiss M. C 25 

Total #25 67^ 

rARISH OK ST. THOHAfl. 

Collected by Sliaa E. Strutheri. 

Derick, Miss P 90 25 

Derick,N.K 26 

Doriok, P. C 25 

Filer, Isaac H 26 

Griggs, Mrs. A 1 00 

Kemp, Mrs. R 36 

Lodge, Mrs. Philip 60 

Lodge.Mrs.S 36 

Robinson, Thomas 36 

Struthers,C 36 

Struthers, J 60 

Struthers, Philip 10 

Vaughan, Reuben 60 

A. Friend 16 

Collected by Miss P. Derick. 

Beatty, Ell fO 10 

Cochrane, Mrs. R 36 

Derick, Jacob 25 

Derick, Leonard 26 

Derick, Mrs. David 36 

Derick, Nelson 10 

Fadden, James 36 

Johnson, Hiram 10 

Longeway, Briggs 36 

Jameson, Mr. and Mrs. John .... 2 00 

I'atterson, Hiram 12i 

Row.Mre.C.S 26 

Row, Mra. David 26 

Row, Mrs. George 60 

Row, Mr. C. Sylvester 100 

Row, Mr. G 60 

Smith, Mrs. Jemima 12| 

Wait, George 10 

Young, Daniel 13 

Young, George ir 

Young, Mrs. Margt 26 

Young.Sidney 12^ 

Collectedby Miss Sarah E. Vaughan. 

Derick, Lyman 26 

Derick, Mrs. Josephine 1 00 

Derick, Mrs. WUlIam 36 



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Dorlck, Norman H 100 

Dorick, Philip 26 

Derick, I'hilo 26 

Derick, Simon L 25 

Derick, Rodney 26 

Faddon, Daniel 26 

Farrell, MU 31 10 

Farreil, Robert 26 

Friend, A 26 

Murray.D 100 

Robinson, Tbomau 26 

Shand,Mi8BM 25 

Shand, Mrs. J 26 

Strulhors, I'liilip 26 

Swann, Miss Mary 26 

Trepannier, H. (i 26 

Truscott, James 26 

TruBCott, Mrs. John 26 

Vaughau, Sarah E 25 

Wilson, "kirs. William .'o 

Total »46 00 

Oontributiona for local purposes. 

PARISH 01' ST. OKOKGE. 

Collected by Female Society for 
poor and repairs of Church — #55 00 

Ditto ditto for 8. S. books 21 00 

Vaid towards salary of Assistant 
Minister 375 00 

Proceeds of Soiree for repairs of 
Church 66 87 

PARISH OF ST. THOMAS. 

Purchase of Melodeon 68 00 

Pic-nic towards payment of Church 

debt 93 00 

Subscriptions for Assist. Minister 125 00 
Parocliial visit and donation to 

Assistant Minister 18 47 

Amount paid on Church debt 46 OO 

MISSION OF HKNEYVILLB. 

Paid towards salary of Assistant 
Minister 100 00 

Total $966 34 



CLARENDON. 

For Church Society. 

Caldwell, Slack $o 50 

Cash 14 

Conelly, James 26 

Dailev, John 50 

Fletcher, Thomas 50 

Hedging, James 1 oO 

Hodgins, Mrs. J 50 

Hodgins, William 50 

Robinson, Rev. Geo. C 7 50 

Shaw, William 50 

For Missionary's Stipend. 

Armstrong, Robert 2 00 

Caldwell, Slack. . . 2 00 

Casbmore, Thomas l oO 

Fletcher, Thomas 2 00 

Heath, B 6 00 

Hodgins, James 9 00 

Hodgins, William 2 00 

Jones, Hugh 2 00 



Kelly, James i oo 

Lang, Humphrey 8 00 

Shaw, William 6 00 

Wilson, James, jun 4 00 

Collections at out-stations 1 25 

In kind. 

Armstrong, William 2 00 

Dagg, John 4 00 

Ellfott, A 6 00 

Elliott, U 3 37 

Hobbs, James 2 92 

Smart, A 2 75 

Subscriptions towards Painting 

I'arsonago 21 87 

Subscriptions in Labour towards 

building foundation to Parsonage 26 00 



COTEAU DU LAC, 
For Chum niety. 

Cavcrhill, W. C $1 00 

Caverhill, Mrs 1 00 

French, Gershom 50 

Orange, TV.omas 1 00 

Grange, Mrs. Thomas 50 

Grange, Miss . 25 

Grange, Miss Mary Sophia 25 

Grange, John Davis 26 

Grange, Henry 25 

Grange, Marian 26 

Grange, William 1 00 

Hosmer, H. P 50 

Houston, Mrs 1 00 

Mace, Henry 60 

Pease, CO 1 00 

Perry, Alexander 60 

Psrry, Mrs 60 

Reay, William 60 

Roebuck, Henry 100 

Scott, Joseph 50 

Sullivan, Ralph 1 00 

Young.Rev.T. A 7 60 

920 76 

(^OWANSVILLE. 

Collected by Mrs. Traver. 

For Church Society. 

Adams, George 91 00 

Adams, Mrs 100 

Adams, Wilham 50 

Adams, G. A 25 

Baker, G.B 2 25 

Baker, Henry 25 

Boright, George 50 

Boright,Mr8 26 

Boright, Emma 26 

Boright, Hiram 25 

Boright, Alphonse 26 

Brown, Charles 25 

Brown, Harry 25 

Brown, Mrs. Dr 50 

Buchanan, G. V 60 

Buchanan, Mrs 26 

Cowan, Percy 26 

Darby, Cora 25 

Davidson, Rev. J. C 7 60 

Dent, Mrs ; 25 



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D«nt, William 26 

Ford, Katy 26 

Ford, John 50 

Ford.Mra 25 

Fuller.E.D 26 

Goddard, Elisha 25 

Goddard, Mrs 25 

Hall, Calvin 1 60 

Hall, Colonel . 1 00 

lIall,Eli 1 00 

Hall, Harriet 26 

Hnlburt,A.P 1 50 

Jones, Joseph 25 

Jones, Mrs 12 

Jones, Merrill 12 

Jones, Nettie 06 

K«than,Mrs. W 25 

Knight, A 50 

McCord, Dt 26 

Miles, Letitia 12i 

O'Halloran, Alice 26 

O'Halloran, Eddie 12^ 

O'Halloran, George 12^ 

O'Halloran, James 1 00 

O'Halloran, Lizzie 25 

O'Halloran, Maggie 26 

O'Halloran, Mrs 60 

I'haro, John 25 

Kndd, Hannah 26 

Ruiter, James 26 

Trowbridge, Colonel 2 26 

Traver, Ella 12i 

Traver, Hiram 1 00 

1*raver, Levi 12i 

Traver, Mrs. H 60 

Total «33 67 

Collected by Alias JBowker and Miss 
Fickle. 

For Church Society. 

Boright, Attie 25 

Boright,C 026 

Boright, C.H 26 

Boright, Mrs 25 

Boven, W.A 50 

Bowker, CM 26 

Bowker.D. A 26 

Clarke,Milo 25 

Cotton, Thomas 1 00 

Friend 10 

Friends 60 

Friends 25 

rickle.A 060 

Pishie.J 016 

Shufelt, George 1 00 

Shufelt, Mrs 60 

Wood, K. H 26 

For Clergyman's support. 

Adams, George $26 00 

Baker, George 20 00 

Boright, C 2 60 

Boright, George 6 00 

Boven, W.A 2 00 

Bowker, M.R 2 00 

Brown, L. S 2 60 

Brown, Mrs. Dr 2 00 

Buchai-an, G. V 6 00 

Cotton, Charles 2 00 



Cotton, Dr fl OO 

Cotton, George 12 OO 

Cotton, Thomas 6 00 

Carter, Mrs 5 00 

Carter, William 10 00 

Dent, Joseph 4 00 

Dent, William 1 00 

Ford, Augustus 1 00 

Ford, John 3 00 

Fuller, Darwin 8 00 

Fuller, Hiram 3 00 

Hall, Calvin 2 00 

Hall, F.J 6 00 

Hulburt, Amasa 2 00 

Jones, John 2 00 

Jones, Joseph 2 00 

Kathan, C. C 10 00 

Kathan, William 5 00 

McCord, Dr 2 00 

JIcKinley, William 2 00 

O'Halloran, James 15 00 

Pickle, A 3 00 

Pharo, John 3 00 

Ruiter, James 6 00 

Ruiter, Nelson 4 50 

Shufelt, George 12 00 

Shufelt, Thomas 1 00 

Smith, Sidney 50 

Sweet, G.H 2 00 

Stinehour.J.P 3 00 

Traver, Hiram 12 00 

Vincent, Norman 1 00 

Woods.D.R 200 

Total $224 00 

DUNHAM. 

For Ctmrch Society. 

Baker, Wm f 8 OO 

Baker, Mrs. Harriett 2 OO 

Baker, Col. St'^vens 6 00 

Baker, Joseph 1 00 

Baker, Miss Hattie 1 00 

Baker, Wm.S 6 00 

Baker. Wm. C 1 00 

Baker, J. S 1 00 

Barnes, Joseph 1 00 

Barnum, Mrs 50 

Beattie, Mrs 25 

Brown, Eugene 1 00 

Chamberlin, Mrs 50 

Charsley, R 1 00 

Clement, Levi 60 

Clement, 60 

Coatsworth, Ohas 26 

Dunning, Airs. Eliza 1 00 

Dunning, Miss Amy E 1 OO 

Dunning, Miss Ellen S 60 

Dunninff, orrin 50 

Gibson, Dr. J. B 8 00 

Galer, Churles S 1 OO 

Hogabooni, A 60 

Hubbard, Mrs. S.P 25 

Hubbard, Miss Mary 26 

Jones, Wm 1 00 

Lee, John 2 00 

Marshall, Th08 6 00 

Meigs, Abel D 1 00 

MUler,Ralph 60 

O'Brien, Robert 76 

Robinson, James 2& 



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Rykord, Asa.. J 00 

Bykerd, Mrs. Mary 100 

Kykord.Mrs.P... 100 

Soott, Ven. Archdeacon 7 00 

Scott, Miss Anna 25 

Scott, Tho8. HewBon 26 

Selby.ThoB 6 00 

Selby, Jonathan 50 

Selby.Mrfi. J J 00 

Seeley, Hiram 50 

Ten Eyck, Mrs. Jane 50 

Ten Eyck, Mrs. H 60 

Traver, Levi 1 00 

Watson, E. L 1 00 

Watson, Mrs 1 00 

West.J.C 050 

Wood, Thos., 1 00 

Wood, Mrs. Elizabeth 1 00 

»72 00 

EDWARDSTOWN. 

For Church Society. 

Sutton, Rev. E. G »7 50 

For Support qf Mission. 

Cantwell, T 100 

Curry, Mrs. W 25 

Grasby.J 25 

Grasby.W 26 

Hart,G 60 

Nolen, Mrs 1 26 

Nolen, Catherine 25 

Sever, A 50 

Stacy,R 1 00 

Stacy, H 1 00 

Stacy, T 1 00 

Toynton, R 350 

Toynton, Mrs 100 

Wheatley, G 1 40 

Wilson, Mrs. W 25 

For Cliurch Steeple. 

Bovnnau!, M 100 

Torntoj, R 8 00 

Wheatley, G 8 00 

For Church Shed 3 37i 

For Church Repairs 1 70 

For Church Fence. 

Wheatley, G 6 00 

For Hccmuniium. 

Angel, H 50 

Angel, Mrs 75 

Angel, Mary Jane 50 

Angel, James 10 

Baxter, Jane 25 

Cash 10 

Carson, J , 50 

Carson, Mrs 1 00 

Charters, J 1 00 

Charters, Mrs 100 

Charters, Julien 50 

Charters, Matilda 25 

Creaser, G. P 50 

Davidson, J 1 00 

Dunn, J 1 00 

Dunn, Mrs 1 50 

Dunn, Amelia 50 

Dunn, Joseph 60 

Eaton, T 1 00 



Elvidge, Elizabeth SO 

Elvidge, John 50 

Elvidge, Mrs 1 00 

Flood. J 025 

Friends 6 26 

Gibb, Mrs. J. J., proceeds of a 

Church tray 10 00 

Gruer, J 100 

Harder, W 1 00 

Havelocit Congregation 1 01 

Keith, J 5 00 

Lee, G 50 

McLeod, R 25 

Patinode, J 1 00 

Pillow,J 40 

Pridham, E 60 

Pridham, Mrs 50 

Pridham, E., jun 1 00 

Pridham, Mrs. E.,jun 100 

Pridham, C. P 1 00 

Pridham, A 1 00 

Pridham, R 50 

Pridham, D. J 50 

Pridham, G. A 100 

Pridham, Mary 50 

Pridham, Edwin F 50 

Pridham, Florence 50 

Pridham, Alfred 50 

Pridhcm, John A 12i 

Roberts, J. C 50 

Robinson, R. G 50 

Sever, A 1 00 

Sever, Margaret 25 

Struthers, J 025 

Sutton, E. A 60 

Toynton, James 1 00 

Toynton, Rebecca 25 

Wheatley, G 1 00 

Wilson, Mrs. T 060 

Wilson, Mrs. W 050 

Wilson, Mrs. J 025 

ST. REMI. 

For Support of Mission. 

B^dard, Mrs 1 50 

Carson, J 40 

Duncan, Mrs 8 00 

Dunn, J 16 00 

Elvidge, W 8 00 

Friend 2 00 

King, Miss 100 

Lawless, J ■" 60 

Lawless, Rose 60 

983 90 

Chancel chairs and lamps 913 73} 

ELY. 

For Clergyman's Support. 

Beers, Robert 4 00 

Davidson, W 2 00 

Davidson, W. (Tailor) 1 00 

Hackwell, W 10 00 

Mitchell, A 400 

Noris, John 1' 00 

Osborne, James 6 W 

Shepherd, W. H 2 00 

Trual, Benjamin 6 00 

Trual, W 2 00 

989 00 



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8T. ARMAND WEST. 

For Church Society. 

Baker, A. L 85 00 

Baker, W. « 2 00 

Blinn, N. M. aud family 2 00 

Charaberlin, B 1 GO 

Chamborlin, Mrs. Dr 2 00 

Cowan, Ann 25 

Davidson, Kev. J. Burrows 7 50 

Kemp, Ansou 2 (X) 

Krans, (i. L 1 00 

Krans, Mrs 25 

Krans, Miss 25 

Lagrange, Annie 1 00 

Lagrange, Mrs 50 

Lagrange, 3Ii68 25 

Lagrange, Miss 11 25 

Lowe, John 5 00 

Nash, Miss 1 00 

Pattison, VV. Mead 3 00 

Keid, Rev. Canon 7 50 

Reynolds, V. a 1 00 

Reynolds, E. S 1 00 

Westover, Asa 1 00 

Westover, Mrs, A 1 00 

Westover, Col. D 5 00 

Westover, Mrs. D 1 00 

Westover, Miss M 100 



.*62 76 



GORE. 



CoUections for liquidating debt on 
St. John's Church. 

Arnott, John $>2 00 

Evans. Thomas 4 00 

Elliott, Richard 1 00 

Good, William 1 50 

Lister, William 2 26 

McNeil, Thomas. 3 00 

McDonald, James 2 00 

Moore, Charles, sen 4 00 

Morrison, James 3 00 

Rogers, George, son 2 00 

Rogers, Frederick, sen 2 00 

Rogers, Frederick, jun 2 00 

Strong, William, sen 4 00 

Shirrett, George 4 00 

For Church Society. 

Boyd, James, jun 

Dixon, Thomas 

Uicks, W., sen 

Moore, George 

McDonald, Henry, sen 

Nicholson, John 2 

Pollock, William 1 

Rogers, James 1 

Rogers, John 1 



Annt'sley, James 50 

Auuesley , Francis 50 

Avory , John 50 

Anderson, William 50 

Blampin, James 2 00 

Bradford, Edward 8 00 

Bradford, Mrs 1 00 

Bradford, John 6 00 

Bradlbrd, Henry 50 

Bradford , Mrs 60 

Baird, Robert 2 00 

Baird, Mrs o 50 

Baird, Mi.«s 50 

Barber, Richard & George 1 00 

Bull, Almond 100 

Baillio, Mrs 2 00 

Butterworth, Samuel 2 00 

Butterworth, Mrs 100 

Brack, Mrs o 50 

Brack, John & Miss 50 

Blackwood, Mrs. Samuel 1 00 

Cole & Hnngerford 1 oo 

Cairns, Jlrs. 4 oo 

Coupland, James 50 

Coupland,Mrs 60 

Coupland, Fred 60 

i Cook, I'cter & John l oo 

I>avis D 060 

Erskine, Mr l oo 

Erskine, David 1 oo 

Erskine, Samuel 1 oO 

Fergiisson, Andrew 1 oo 

Frost, Washington 1 oo 

Frost, Henry 1 oo 

Frost, Mrs 50 

Gray, William j oO 

Gray, Mrs. & Miss 1 oo 



00 
00 
50 
00 
00 
X) 
00 
00 
00 
Rogers, George 6 00 

$52 25 

Granhy, Itoxton and North Shefford. 

For Missionary's Support. 

GEANBY. 

Aitchison, John $1 00 

Annesley, John 1 00 



Gilmour, Francis 3 00 

(jiilmour, Mrs 3 oo 

Gilmour, Dr 5 00 

Gilmour, Arthur 1 oO 

Gilmour, Angus 1 oo 

Gilmour, Edward 5 oo 

Griggs, .lared 3 oo 

Griggs, Truman 2 00 

Griggs, Alonzo 1 co 

Griggs, Reuben 60 

Harrington, Mrs 60 

Hungcrford, Burch 5 oo 

Hall, David 1 (jo 

Horner, James 1 qq 

Johnstone, Andrew 1 oo 

Johnstone, James 60 

Johnstone, Thomas 50 

Kennedy, Jamo« 2 00 

Kennedy, Jas., jui 1 oo 

Kennedy, Robert j 00 

Kennedy, Mrs q 60 

Martin, Michael 60 

McLood, R 1 00 

McCormick, JosepU Q go 

Moran , Mrs q 50 

Mitchell, Hannah 5 00 

McKeclinio, i/trt j 00 

Morrison, Peter j qo 

Marsh, J W ' g 00 

Marsh, Mrs 5 qq 

Neil, Joseph., gQ 

Nicol, Robert " 2 00 

Pow, John 1 00 

Penny, Samuel 2 00 

Payne, Robert 2 00 

Payne, Josiah 30 



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Payne, JIrs 1 (K) 

Koberts, Miss Ellen 12i 

Ray, Charles 3 00 

Kay, Samuel 3 00 

KeynoUls, James 1 50 

Reynolds, Mi»8 M 25 

Sparling, Mrs 25 

Savage, Alouzo 3 00 

Streetor, Wilderness 1 OO 

Streeter, Mrs 1 00 

Starr, Henry 1 50 

Seale, Joseph 2 00 

Seale, Isaac 50 

Stuppel, W. C 100 

Spaokman, Thos... 3 00 

Soinplo, Mrs 50 

Talbert, Jane 50 

Vlpond, W.B 2 50 

Warren, Oliver 3 00 

Warren, Mrs 1 00 

Warren, Eliza 1 00 

West, W. L 5 00 

Wood, Franklin 5 00 

Wethcrbe, Mrs. Olivia 8 00 

WooUey, Mrs. Fred 2 00 

WooUey, Edward 50 

Woolley, Catherine 50 

Watson, Thomas 2 00 

Whiicomb, Dr 10 00 

Williams, Daniel 1 00 

UOXTOIf. 

Ball, Rufus $3 00 

Ball, Wright 5 00 

Blampin, James 1 00 

Galbraith, Joseph 1 00 

Gibson, George 1 00 

Kimpton, Rufus 5 00 

Kimpton, Marshall 1 OO 

Rollins, Sam 1 00 

Savage, James 6 00 

Savage, Dennis 2 00 

Savage, George 3 00 

Sanborn, Abraham 4 00 

Sanborn, John 2 00 

Sweat, Henry 1 00 

Tamlin, Henry 1 00 

BALL'S SCHOOL UOU8E. 

Ball, Wright 3 00 

Ball,M.-8 2 00 

Ball, Rufus... 3 00 

Ball, Mrs 2 00 

Blampin. James 100 

Galbraith, Joseph 1 00 

gibson, George 1 50 

irapton, Rufus 8 00 

Kimpton, Mrs 2 00 

Kimpton, Marshall 2 00 

Kimpton, Mrs 1 00 

Kimpton, Marcus 1 00 

Kimpton, Mrs 60 

Reynolds, Charles 1 00 

Reynolds, Olia;'., jun 1 00 

Sanborn, Abraham 6 00 

Sanborn, Mrs. Abraham 2 00 

Sanborn, John 2 00 

ROLLIK'a SCHOOL HOUSE. 

Savage, James f 5 00 



Savngo, Dennis, Mrs 1 fX/ 

Sweat, Henry 1 00 

Friend, A , J"^, T 5 00 

NORTH SHEFKORD. 

Ashton, Capt. William *6 00 

Ashton, Matthew 1 00 

Aslitou, Daniel 1 00 

Ashton, Henry. . , 2 00 

Ashton, Robert, jun 1 00 

Ashton, Wm., No. 2 3 00 

Allard, 1' 50 

Burton, Robert 1 00 

Burton, .lames 2 00 

Browmai), William 26 

Carter William 2 50 

Geer, Samuel 1 OO 

Galbiaitli, Alex 3 00 

GalbriuUi, John 3 00 

Hetteruou, William 2 00 

Helfcruon, Robert 1 00 

HetTornon, John 1 00 

Hubbard, Goddard 50 

Kennedy, Walker 1 OO 

Kennedy, Robei t 1 00 

Latimer, Henry 1 00 

Latimer, William 60 

Martin, Elijah 2 00 

Martin, Miss H 50 

Martin, Cone B 1 00 

Martin, Mrs. Cone 50 

Morson, William 2 00 

Mcol, John 50 

Nicol, John, jun 1 00 

Neilley, Samuel 1 50 

Outhet.Mr 2 00 

I'ratt, Robert 1 00 

Spencer, J. C 1 00 

Spencer, Mrs. J. C 3 00 

Savage, Abraham 3 00 

Savage, Mrs. Abraham 2 00 

Savage, Robert 1 00 

Savage, William 160 

Savage, Sylvester 1 60 

Savage, Mrs. Sylvester 1 50 

Scott, Jlatthew 1 50 

Standish, Joseph 2 OO 

Standish, Mrs. Joseph 25 

Standish, William 1 00 

Standish, Mrs. William 25 

Talbert, George 2 60 

Talbert, John 50 

Whitcomb, Leonard 1 00 

Woolley, Randall 50 

Church Society. 

Ashton. William 25 

Burton, James 25 

Geer, Missouri 60 

(iolliger, Robert 25 

ileffernon, William 20 

Heflernon, Miss F 12 

Heffernon, Mrs. Robert, 12 

Outhet, Mrs 26' 

Spencer, Mrs. J. C 25 

Savage, Abraham 26 

Savage, Erastus 26 

Savage, William 60 

Talbert, ilrs. George 25 

Total f3 44 



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GRANBY. 

Churck Society. 

Abbott, Dr SI 00 

Annesloy, Grace 25 

Bradford, Edward 50 

Bradford, Mrs. Edward 50 

Mradford, John 50 

Cairns, Mrs 2 00 

Colburn, Mary 26 

(iilmour, Francis 60 

Gilmour, Mrs. Francis 50 

Gilmour, Alfred 25 

(liilmour, William 25 

Gilmour, Angus & Maria 25 

Gilmour <^"lmrles Jt Amelia 26 

Gilmour, Dr. William 1 00 

Gilmour, F-dward 50 

Gilmour, Mrs. Edward, 50 

G ilmour, E. K. & Hunnah 50 

Jones, Kevd. James 7 50 

Jones, Kevd. William 7 50 

Griggs, Truman 25 

Kennedy, James, jun 12| 

Pow, John 25 

Ray, Charles 50 

Streeter, E. Mary 12} 

Streeter, C. N. Edward 12^ 

Starr, Henry 25 

Whitfield, J.F 5 00 

West, W. L 1 00 

Wood, F 1 00 

Wetherbo, Mrs 1 00 

Warron, Eliza A 25 

Total «3i 37i 

GREN VILLE~&" CHATHA3I. 

For the Missionary. 

Birch, Mr? S4 00 

Crooks, J. J., 1863 1 50 

Forsyth, D. G 5 00 

Foreman, John, 1863 1 00 

Grece, Miss, 1863 1 00 

Hiidreth, George 3 00 

Murray, James 2 00 

McMillan,D 4 00 

McMillan, Mrs., 1863 1 00 

Owens, Owen 20 00 

Owens, Thos 5 00 

Owens, Wra 5 00 

Owens, George 4 00 

Pridham, Edwin 20 00 

Packenham, Chs 2 00 

Rourk, Wm 1 00 

Reeves, Daniel 10 00 

Whinfleld, Wm 18 00 

Whlnfleld, Nich 2 00 

Welden, Jas , 1868 4 00 

Weldon. Thos. 1863 and 4 10 15 

Wilson, James 2 10 

Total iliE&O 

THE MOUNTAIN. 

Cousins, Richard #1 00 

Horner, Samuel 6 00 

Tompkins, John 1 20 

Treneer Thomas 2 00 

Total «9 20 



THE AUGMENTATION. 

Bates, Mary $1 00 

Crawford, John 9 00 

Kelly, Robert 6 00 

Kelly, John, sen 3 00 

Morrow, George 1 60 

McCallum, John 1 00 

Total »20 60 

LA PETITE NATION. 

Bunvasli, Mr ii?l 00 

Cochrau, James 3 00 

Cochran, Mrs l 00 

Carson William 2 00 

Hilman, George 1 60 

Morrow, John i oo 

Reily, Robert 2 00 

Reily, .) ui 3 oo 

Reily, Mis. John 50 

Robinson, Kobert 3 20 

Robin.son, William Henry 1 20 

Robinson, James l 75 

Robinson, John l oO 

Rasico, Mrs l 00 

Seal, Mr 1 50 

Smith, Henry 1 80 

Smith, Miss C 50 

Tweedy, Mrs 2 00 



Total $29 05 

Church Society, 1864. 

Boswarick, Mrs $0 25 

Closs, Thomas 50 

Foreman, Mrs 1 00 

Grece, Miss 27 

McMillan, D 1 00 

Neve, JIrs l 00 

Neve, Revd. F. S 7 60 

Owens, Owen 1 00 

Owens, Mrs. Owen l 00 

Owens, Thomas 1 00 

Owens, William l oO 

Owens, George 1 00 

Owens, Mrs 1 00 

Proudlock, 25 

Pridham, Edwin 2 60 

Reeves, Daniel 2 00 

Weldon, Mrs. Thomas 50 

Weldon, James 20 



Total !$22 97 

Burwash, Mr ►....—« 25 

Cochran, Mrs. James ..«.< 50 

Reily, Jane 25 

Reily, Mr. and Mrs. John 1 00 

Robinson, Jlrs. Robert 25 

Robinson, Mary 25 

Robinson, James, jun 25 

Total S2 76 

HEM3IINGF0RD. 

For Church Society. 

Armstrong, John $0 60 

Beasant, Wm 1 00 

Beatty , Martin 1 00 

Clarke, Wm 50 



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Clarkson, Francis 50 

Coates, Dt 1 00 

Dunlop, Daniol 50 

DuVernet, Rev. E 760 

Gill, Simon 26 

Hadley, Robert 26 

Hillman, Caleb 1 Oit 

Hodgson, John 50 

Law, Alfred 1 OC' 

Nesbitt, Cupt 1 00 

Parker, Mr8 1 00 

Rickaby, John 60 

Richardson, Edwlr 1 00 

Woods Frances 60 

Woods Robert 60 

Towards support of Mii^uoi'anj. 

Braitbwato, Ed\7ard. . ."00 

C'ookman, Major W.. B 00 

Cookman, Francos 10 00 

Collins, Charles 5 00 

Ellerton, Charles 8 00 

Foster, Thomas 6 00 

Quest, Ji)!in 5 00 

Quest, Robert 5 00 

Wilson, Edward 8 00 

Whyte, Robert 10 00 

Total S69 00 



IIINCUliVBROOKE. 

Minister's Stipend. 

Armstrong, Mrs i?! 00 

Boyde, Robt 3 00 

Baird 1 00 

Coulter, Hy., sen 4 00 

Coulter Jas 3 00 

Coulter, Jly 3 00 

Coulter, Chas 2 00 

Foster, A 4 00 

Foster, Arthur 3 00 

Gamble, James 4 00 

Graham, S 3 00 

Gilligan, B 200 

Henderson, W 3 00 

Howe, Mr 2 (X) 

Henderson, Jas 3 00 

Henderson, John 1 00 

Henderson, Thos 1 00 

Henderson, S 1 00 

Jolly, Mrs 2 00 

Wills, James 3 00 

Johnson, Meredith 2 00 

Johnson, Jtobt 2 00 

Kyle» Jehn 3 00 

licvers. Matt 3 00 

Knowles, Robt 3 00 

McCoy, J., J.P 2 00 

"McCoy, Jas., (Gore) 60 

X'-ily, John 2 00 

Piatt, John 3 00 

Mullwrn, John 1 60 

Piatt, Matt 100 

Peake, W 1 00 

Peckover, Saml 4 00 

Todd, Robt 2 50 

Steele, J 1 50 

Total i|81 00 



HtTNTINODON DISTRICT. 

For Church Society. 

Collected by Miss Carr and Miss Brad- 
ford. 

Burt, Rev., F $7 50 

Burt, Miss, & S. A 26 

Burt, F. &L 26 

Blssett, Jas 25 

I'issett, 3Irs 25 

Bradford, JIrs 25 

Bradford, Miss 12 

Bradford, Theresa 12! 

Carr, Miss 12! 

Carr, Mr 25 

Carr, Mrs 26 

Carr, Miss M. J 12} 

Friend, A 26 

Hyde, Mr 25 

Hand, Mr 25 

Hand, Mrs 26 

Houldsworth, Mr 25 

Uapper, Mr 25 

Mann, Mr 26 

M'Donald.J 26 

M'Garvey, Mrs 25 

M'Lcan, Mr. W 60 

Rowe, Mr 25 

Rowe, Mrs 25 

Rutledge, Miss a"") 

Vance, Mr. J 60 

Wellwisher 25 

Thompson, Mrs 2,5 

M'Donald, Mrs. & Isabella 60 



$7 35 

Collected by Miss M. Booth and Miss 
M. Pvrcell. 

Booth, John 50 

Booth, Richard 50 

Goodfcllow, Hugh 25 

Goodfollow, Wm 26 

Goodlbllow, H 26 

King, Thomas . 20 

Purcell, John 50 

Rennick, John 4'^ 

Stewart, Jas 2t> 

Total S3 10 

Collected by Misses E. and S. Gitmorc. 

Anderso' W fO 26 

Brinis, B^ 13 

Blaike. Mrs 26 

Anderson. Allen 10 

Cairns, John 25 

Cairns, J., jun 26 

Donnelly, J., jun 25 

Durnin.J 10 

Friend, A 25 

Friend, Another 25 

Grady,Mr8 10 

(iilmore, Mary 16 

Gilmore, And lO 

Gilmore, Mrs. A 20 

Gilmore, Eliza.... 10 

Kcfi, Mrs 026 

M'Intosh, Mrs 10 

M'lntosh, W 16 

M'Kec, John 26 



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rringle, Miss 05 

Oulnn, P . 25 

Keid, Mrs 25 

Uose, Mrs 20 

Sherriff, Jas 26 

Sherriff, Ed 25 

Sayers, Wm 26 

Simpaon, Ja.s 1 00 

«eoley, Anna 10 

Jl'lntosh, D 12J 

Total $6 10 

Collectedby Miss Eliza Sparroir and Miss 
M'Naiian. 

JSell, James $0 25 

llfell, Mrs 15 

Douglas, Mrs. B 124 

Douglas, 8. J 06 

Douglas, Eliza 04 

Douglas, Ellen 05 

Douglas, K 05 

M'Narlan, A. A 12^ 

M'Narlan, Jane 12j 

M'Narhm, Hobt 26 

M'Narlan, Clias 10 

Keid, Mrs. J 25 

Sparrow, Eliza i2J 

Sparrow, J G 20 

Sparrow, Jonathan 20 

Sparrow, Mrs. J 25 

Sparrow, Mrs. K. 25 

VVhealy. Mrs. F 12^ 

Woods, Mr. J 30 

Total $3 00 

llltNUlNnROC^KK niSTUICT. 

Col/ected btj Miss J. A'l/le. 
For Church Society. 

Baird, .lolm ¥0 12 

Baird, James 10 

Katon, James 25 

iCaston, Jaiaes 25 

Fenucll, Jured 25 

(iraliam, Samuel 20 

Ciuerin, P 25 

(■amble, .Innies (» 20 

<iambk'. William 25 

Coglan, D 10 

Kyle, John (i 20 

KnolesKobcrt 25 

Herdman, A (i 20 

Johnston, M 25 

■lohnston, John 10 

Levers, M 20 

McCoy, John 25 

M'Coy, David 25 

M 'Clatchie, George 10 

Mulhern J 25 

I'eckover, Samuel 25 

Kankin, Williiini 20 

Kobsou, (?aroline 10 

Steele, James 10 

Steele, J. J 2.'') 

Stacey, Asher 30 

Thoiniison, Henry 26 

Will, James 25 

Will, Alexander 10 

Total . . f 5 77 



Collected by Mrs, James nenderson.jun. 

Boyd, Robert 80 50 

Coulter, Henry, son 50 

Coulter, James 40 

Coulter, Charles 26 

Foster, Arthur 40 

Henderson, Thomas 26 

Henderson, James, jun 60 

Irwin Thomas 05 

Knowles, Robert, una 60 

Neely John 26 

I'eake, S 20 

Todd, Robert 26 

Total «3 80 

HUNTINGDON. 

Minister's Stipend. 

Blachford, C $6 00 

Booth, John 6 00 

Bruce, J , jun 10 00 

Chambers,. A. & J 3 50 

Donnelly, John 3 00 

Donnelly, Edwd 3 00 

Davidson, W 300 

(lilmoro, A 5 25 

Gardner, W 2 00 

(ioodfellow, Saml 3 00 

(Joodfellow, Jos 3 00 

Happer. D 400 

Hyde, John 00 

Lewi*:, J. S.. (6 mo.) 5 00 

Me(iarvey, J 3 00 

McLean, Edwd 5 00 

Turcell, J 5 00 

Pallman, J 2 00 

Uowo, K 8 00 

Whaley, F 2 00 

Saver, Geo 3 00 

Cliitr, Jas 2 00 

Total $84 76 

KILDAKE. 

Collected by Miss Marn Hell a Dixon. 
For Churrh Society. 

Berczy, William !|5 00 

Dixon, Benjamin 75 

Dixon, :\lary B 26 

I Giiss, Benjamin 12i 

I Ciass, Jlrs. B''n|aniin 12i 

1 Gass. John . . .'. 12j 

1 (iass, Mrs. John 12} 

Gass, John 06 

Gass, Matilda 10 

I Gass, William 25 

Heather, Wilfred 26 

llewstoM, Charles 25 

JFeloi) , Thomas 05 

I'ersell, James .~ 16 

IVrsell, William ]2i 

Kali)h, Uiehard 12i 

Seaborn, Rev. William M 2 00 

Winvers. liobert 26 

W ooils, Kus.sell, sen 50 

Woods, \i\\»? ■■ jun 60 






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For n carni'.tfor Chanrel Floor. Collect- 
pd bi/ Atiss Mnrii L. Dixon, and Mr. 
Thomas Dixon, jun 84 77 

Col/fctcd b}i Miss Mary L. and Kliza 
Jane JHxon, and presented in flour, 
(fc, to Itev. W. M. Seaborn. . . .$11 02i 

For Minister's Stipend. 

Gass, William »2 00 

IVrsell, William 4 00 

Woods, UuHsell, sen 4 00 

Bt'i-czy, William, sen 10 00 

Uixon, Bonjamiu 10 00 

Dixon, Jolin 10 00 

Dixon, James 2 00 

Dixon, Itiohard 4 00 

Dixon, Thomaa, jun 4 00 

(iass, lionjamin 4 00 

Gass. John 4 00 

(iasc, William 1 00 

Lawler, Jolm 5 00 

Tcrsoll, George 1 00 

l'eri*ell, William 4 00 

i{alnh, Richard ,.. 4 00 

Stafford, Mr 2 00 

i^tinson, Samuel 1 DO 

Stinson, William 4 00 

Winters, Kobcrt 2 00 

Woods, KusselJ, jun 4 00 

Gass, .lohn 4 00 

Stafford, Mr 2 00 

Torter, Mrs 1 (X) 

Total $83 00 

RAMSAV. 

Collected Itij Mr. JSodih/ and ^fr. lienja- 
min (las,i,/iir 1863. 

Benny, James, son $2 00 

Meuiiy, .Jimu's, jun 50 

Boimy. W.N 25 

Baddy, William 1 00 

Oiinior Chester 50 

Connor, <) 12i 

Connor, Kliza Ann 30 

Clinichet, Icaac 26 

Friend, A 50 

Ilorton, George 25 

Murray, Natliuu 1 00 

3Iurray, Edwin 25 

Murray, Zuridi .50 

I'ugc, Edniond 60 

Kead, James 1 00 

i{ead, Lucv 76 

Rondeau, t' 50 

Roy, Edward 1(10 

Ste'pliens, A 1 00 

Total !?12 17i 

MASCOICHE. 

Alexander, Francis Ii?0 60 

Alexander, Mrs. F 50 

Alexander, (icorjje 60 

Alexander, Henry 60 

Alexiindor, James .50 

Alexander, Jane 50 

Alexander, John 2 00 

Alexander, Mrs. John 2 00 



Alexander, ilosoj)h 60 

Alexander, Launcelot 1 00 

Alexander, ThomaH 26 

Alexander, Sirs. Thomas 26 

Alexander, William, jun 1 00 

Bell, Mrs 1 00 

Breroton, Mr. St 50 

Broreton, Henry 50 

Colo, Mrs 1 00 

Connor, Patrick 1 00 

Evclcigh, 3Ir8 1 00 

Ewan, Andrew 50 

Kwan, Mrs. Andrew 60 

Ewau, Art. Robert 1 00 

Ewan, Thomas 1 00 

Hannah, Ellen 26 

Hill, George 10 

Hill, Mrs. G 10 

Hodgson, Bella 26 

Hodgson, Christopher 60 

Huteliinson, Mrs 50 

Moody, Mr 26 

Jloody, Mrs 25 

I'angman, Hon. J . and Mrs 10 00 

Patterson, John 1 00 

I'attcrson, Mrs. John 50 

llcade, Rev. John 7 50 

Robinson, George 50 

Robinson, Henry 1 00 

Robinson, Roderick 25 

Jtobinson, Thomas 2 00 

Rogers, Mr 1 00 

Walker, (ieorgo 50 

White, Anthony 60 

White, Mrs. A 50 

White, AVilliam 50 

Total $46 95 

TERREBONNE. 

Brown, Robert ,$0 12i 

Irvine, 3lrs. J 12^ 

McKenzie, Jolin 1 00 

Moody, Miss Agnes 25 

Moody, Henry 25 

Moody, John 25 

Moody, JIatthew, sen 25 

Moody, Mrs. M 25 

Jloody, Matthew, jun 25 

Moodv. Mathias 25 

Moody, Miss M. A 25 

Moody, William 25 

Itanson, Mrs 50 

Ranson.J. If 60 

Kichards, 3Irs 12i 

Total $4 62J 

MONTREAL. ' 

CATHEDKAL. 

The I^ord Bishop of Montreal ... .$60 00 
Litiit. General {.Sir W. F. Wil- 
liams, K. r. JJ 50 00 

Adams, Sirs. R 5 00 

Adams, J. I) 2 0) 

Anderson, T. B 10 00 

Angus, Mrs 1 00 

Badglev, Mrs 1 50 

Biigg, .S. C 5 00 

Bagg, Mrs 2 00 



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BsM, RobPi-t y. (' 1 00 

Bajfg, fathorino S 1 00 

Batfir, Amelia J 1 00 

Bag«, Maryll 1 00 

BaSS, Helen F. M 1 00 

Bakor, J. C 5 00 

Baker, Mrs 2 00 

Barber, Mrs 1 00 

Barnstoii, George 5 00 

Bartlett. Kov. 1. M 10 00 

Bethuno, 8 C, 00 

mackwooil, MriJ 1 00 

Blackwood, Miss M. (Scotland)... 5 00 

Bowo8, Mr 1 00 

Bowkcr, II. M 5 UO 

Brooke, Mr 6 00 

Browne, John JamoH 5 00 

Brown, Alfred 5 00 

Burrago, Uev. K. K f. 00 

B. J.. 1 00 

Cash from 1863 35 &0 

Cash, (James Crawford) 1 00 

Cash, (Thomas Simpnou) 1 00 

Carter, Ijeorgo 5 00 

Chambcrlin,B 6 00 

Chapman, Mrs. H 5 00 

Charles, Mr 3 00 

Churchmen's As-iociatiou 3 fiO 

Clarke, Com. (icn 1 00 

Clerk, Mrs. (Colonel), 1 00 

ClouBton, J. 8 2 00 

Coo, Miss A. F 1 00 

Converse, J. A 5 00 

Cowie, Mrs 2 00 

Cowie, Mr. A. McK 2 00 

Conroy, Eliza 1 00 

Craig, Joseph 30 

Cuuaill,J 1 00 

Dawson, S. E 5 00 

Day, Miss 1 00 

Dean, The Very Rev. the 10 00 

Dennip, Mrs 1 00 

Durnford, Miss 5 00 

Dyde, Mr 5 00 

Ekcrs, AJrs. 50 

Elwell, Mrs 2 60 

Empev, A 5 00 

Ermatinger, Col 2 00 

Evans, J. E 2 00 

Evans, Mrs. Robert 2 00 

Forbes. Mrs 1 00 

Ford, Col 1 00 

F'raser, Dr 5 00 

Eraser, Mrs 50 

Freer, Capt 1 00 

Friend, by Miss Bridge 1 00 

Friend, by Miss Burrage 1 00 

Friend, by the Dean 10 00 

F'riend. by the Rev. J. I'. \V 10 00 

F'riend to Missions. 4 00 

Friends, two (by Mrs. White) 00 

FuUbrd, Mrs 6 00 

Fulford, F. D 5 00 

Gault, M.H 6 00 

Cault, Mrs. M. 11 5 00 

(Jeddes, Charles 5 00 

Cedde.<. Mrs ,5 00 

Gibb, Benaiah 5 00 

Gibb, MissM. C 50 

Glass, Mr 1 00 

Gordon,Mrs. A 5 00 

Gordon, Mrs. James 2 00 



Ciordon, James 5 00 

Gough, A 4 (K) 

Grant, Miss 82 

(;rilIith,T. W 1 00 

Uaudysido, Clarence 60 

Hancock, 3Ir 60 

Hall. Mrs. B 12 00 

Hallowell. U 2 00 

Hill, Mrs. Benjamin 5 OO 

Hills, F. (i 1 00 

Holland, 3Ir8 6 OO 

llollis, Mrs 50 

Holmes, .Mrs 4 00 

Honey, Mrs 25 

llooj)t>r, Angus C 6 00 

iloopor, Mr" 2 00 

Houghton, Mrs 1 00 

Howe, Mrs. A 5 GO 

l.Hiiacson, R 2 00 

.iovce, Mrs 1 OO 

.l'\vce, A 25 

Kerry, Anthony 2 00 

Kerry, .lohn 5 00 

King, Mrs 1 00 

Lacasse, JIrs 1 00 

Lane, Mr 6 00 

Eindsay, Mrs. Robert 1 00 

].,ooscm()ro. Rev. 1'. \Y 7 50 

Ludlam. W 5 00 

Mucculloch, F 4 00 

Macculloeb. Mrs. F 4 00 

MacDonald. VV 5 00 

MacDougull, D. L 5 00 

jMagruder, Capt 3 00 

Mackav, Mrs. dcury 10 00 

Mackny, Hugh 1 00 

Mathewson, Mrs. L.... 1 00 

3lcKcnzio, Mrs, G 5 00 

Md'horson, Mrs 1 00 

Mills, E. L 3 00 

Moti'att, lion. George 20 00 

Motfatt.Mrs 10 00 

Mofl'att, Ogilvv 10 00 

Molson, Mrs. Si 4 00 

Morland, Watson & Co 5 00 

Murray, D 1 00 

Musscn.T 5 00 

Musseu, Mrs 5 00 

jAlussen, Wm 2 00 

iMussen, Miss Medora 60 

M. de B. & Co 1 00 

Newcombo, Mrs 5 00 

.Nichols, Charles 1 00 

Ogilvv.T 2 00 

O'Grady, Mrs 5 00 

Orr, General, (England) 4 00 

Orr, Miss. F " 4 00 

Faidv, Mifis 1 00 

I'arkin, Jnmcs 5 00 

IVnner, John 2 00 

I'hillips, 3hs 2 00 

rhillips, Mrs, W. E 2 00 

I'hillips, 3Irs. H 2 00 

I'i'kington, Mrs 6 00 

l'ipon,Mrs 1 00 

I'orter, Miss 6 00 

I'rice, Mrs. J. B. 2 00 

Trice, Mrs. Banner 1 00 

Rachan, Mrs., 6 00 

RaC; Mrs. 6 00 

Ramsay, 3Ir3 5 00 

Rimmer, Alfred 2 00 



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RitcbiP, Mrs. J. W 3 CO 

Itobcrt«oii, Mrs. A 5 00 

Kobert«oii, Mi»8 4 00 

Koc.T. r poo 

Jlose, Mrs 6 00 

Rosa, Mm 6 00 

RoBB, Miss '00 

Ro»«, David Alex J 00 

Ross, Mrs. A I CO 

Uiusell, Lord Alexander [, 00 

Russell, Lady Alexander 5 00 

Saohe, W 6 00 

Sanborn, Mr. & Mrs 2 00 

Simpson, Mrs. Alexander 6 00 

Simpson, UeorKO 10 00 

Simpson, Mrs. (i 10 00 

8kakol,Mr8 6 00 

Smith, J 4 00 

Smith, S.G 6 00 

Spendlow, II 1 50 

Stephen, George 10 00 

Sutherland, Dr 6 00 

Swanston, .r 5 00 

Swinbum, Mr 1 00 

Tate, Rev. F. B 5 no 

Tate, Miss 5 00 

Tate, F.J. 10 00 

Tate, Miss F 1 50 

Taylor, Reuben 6 00 

Tempest, John 5 00 

Thoin"«, Henry 20 00 

Thor Mrs,. 20 00 

Thoi ^ 6 00 

Thji u., 1 5 00 

Th.v .-■, V. }'■ 5 00 

T;.. a 5 00 

rho» .i. ' .; 5 00 

Tiffin, Jii 2 00 

Tooke,Mr8 1 00 

Townsend, W. A 5 00 

Townsend, Sirs 5 00 

Tubby, Miss 1 00 

Tubby, 3Ir 2 00 

Tuggey, Charles 6 00 

Turner, the Misses 2 00 

Turner, Mrs I 00 

Tylee, Mrs 4 00 

Vennor, Mrs 2 00 

Welch, Mr 1 00 

"•Vheeler. Dr 5 00 

White, Rev. Canon 7 50 

White, Mrs 2 50 

Whiteaves, Mr 2 50 

White, Mrs. J. J 3 00 

Williams, Miles 5 00 

Wood, Mrs. D. R 2 00 

Workman, W 5 00 

Special Donations. 
Hamilton Bros., Hawkesbury ...$165 00 

Thomas, Ilonry 400 00 

For Widows' and Orphans' fund, 

Mrs. A. Robertson 8 00 

Boxes 134 27 

ST. geosqb's church. 

Abbott, Miss C ^l 00 

Barlow, Miss 25 

Bond, Rev. W. B 4 00 

Bond, John B. 5 00 

BOyce, Mrs 1 00 

Brewster, C 3 00 



P'ronsilon, J. It 1 80 

l;iid<l(!U, H. A 6 00 

Htilmar, II 5 oo 

«. R 100 

("usli from 1808 2 0-' 

Cush 4<h 

Carter, E 2 00 

Chaplin, K 4 00 

Cliarlers, Mr 1 00 

Chartt-rs, Mrs 80 

Clerk, A 2 00 

Cochrane, M. 11 6 00 

Crawford, John 50 00 

Cranwell, Mr 2 00 

Critchlpy, Mrs 76 

Crusoe, Miss 2 00 

(\ J. S 50 

C. W. T, 2 00 

Darricott, Mr 1 00 

Davies, W. II. A 6 00 

Dowkor,G 60 

Dowker, Mrs 50 

Klliott, J 2 00 

Evans, T., 8r?i 2 00 

Kvans, S. R 50 

i:utii8,T. A.. 50 

FofiC.i, J. M 5 00 

> ootiior, Mrs 1 50 

Fustnr, R 2 00 

Francis. Mr 50 

Freer, E. S 4 00 

Friend, by Miss Craig 1 00 

Frieuil, by Miss Ferres 60 

Friend, by Mrs. Whitehead 60 

Gault, A. F C 00 

Gault, Mrs. A. F 2 T. 

Gibb, J. D 6 C 

Gibb, Mrs. J. D 6 00 

Gibb,L J 25 00 

Gibb, Mrs. 1. J 26 00 

Glennon, J 6 00 

Godfrey, Mrs 5 00 

Graham, Mrs 1 00 

Hammond. R 60 

Henshaw, F. W 2 00 

Hicks, Professor 2 00 

Hill, W 60 

Homo, George 2 00 

Horno,Mrs 100 

Howard, Dr 5 00 

Howard. Mrs 6 00 

Hutton, James „ 5 00 

Iluttou, Mrs 5 00 

Hutton, Mrs. W. A 2 50 

Ireland, J. H 2 00 

.lohnson, Dr 5 00 

Kennedy, Mr 1 00 

King. E. H 6 00 

Lamplough, H. J 1 00 

Leach, Rev. Canon 7 50 

Leach, Mrs 5 00 

Lovell, John 10 00 

Lunn, Miss 1 00 

Macfarlane, Mrs 60 

Major, J. E 3 00 

Matchett, Miss 1 00 

Mc(;uaig, Mrs 2 00 

McMann. Mr 50 

Moifatt, George, jun 10 00 

Molson, Mrs 2 00 

Morgan, Mrs 5 00 

Moss. Mrs 1 00 



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Mulhollsud, II 6 (K) 

Murphy, Mr 1 00 

Nleld, lE 2 60 

Noble, Capt 2 00 

Parker, A. D 4 00 

Fatorson, Mrn 2 00 

Fatton, Mr8 1 00 

rrontice, Mrs 4 09 

Reddy, Dr 2 00 

Jtoutb, II. L 6 00 

R. J 1 00 

Schneider, T. 11 C 00 

Scott, Dr 6 00 

Scott, John 1 00 

Shelton, E. E 10 00 

Shepherd, Mr«. R. W 4 00 

Shepherd, U. W 2 00 

Smith. G.F.C 6 00 

Spendle, Mr 26 

Stanway, George 20 00 

Stanway, Mrs 10 00 

Htotheni, Mr 60 

Sullivan, Rov. E 7 50 

Tate, Mrs 60 

Thayer, Mr 26 

Yaw, A. H 6 00 

Vase, MisH 1 00 

Wand, A 1 00 

Walker, Joa 2 00 

Watkins, Jlrs. R 1 00 

Whitney, H. II 5 00 

Williams, Miles, Jun 5 00 

Woodward, Mr 6 00 

Woods, Mr 60 

W. J. R 1 60 

Boxes 74 65 

Special Donations. 

Johnston , W. P «100 00 

Shelton, E. E 100 00 

Widows' and Orphans' fund, 
Chaplin, E 1 00 

ST. JOHN THE EVANGELIST FREE SEAT 
CHAPEL. 

Andrews, II. O S5 00 

Brown, Mr. and Mrs 6 00 

Cash from 1863 12 00 

Falkiner, J. 8 5 00 

Fowler, R. J 6 00 

Fowler, Mrs 1 00 

Fowler, Master 50 

Fowler, Miss 60 

Friend, by Mrs. Gibb 2 00 

Friend, by Miss O'Connor 1 00 

Friend 60 

Gibb, Charies 6 00 

Uaeusgen, Mrs 2 60 

Hempsted, James 1 00 

Isaacson, J. H 6 00 

Jones, Miss 1 00 

Lindley, Mr. and Mrs 6 00 

Scott, Mrs 60 

Shepherd, Mrs 1 00 

Spence, Mr 5 00 

Wood, Rev. E 6 00 

S65 60 

8T. JAMES THE APOSTLE CHUKCH. 

Ellegood, Rev. J $7 60 

Smith, Alex 10 00 



Winn, J. II 600 

Winn,Mrs 2 00 

Winn. Miss 2 00 

Winn. Miss M 2 (H^ 

Wright, Rev. W.,M. A 6 i"' 

Uoxea 16 h 

BT. LUKE'S OHURCri. 

Rev. J. Irwin »7 fv) 

Mrs. Aylwin 6 W) 

Collected at Sunday-school 26 00 

887 60 

ST. STEPHEN'S CHDRCH. 

Collected by Mi»8 Turner and Misa 
Jtowes, 

nalllle, Mrs. R 80 Ut 

Booth, R 60 

Bowes, J 2 oo 

Brown, Alfred 1 oO 

Craiue, R 1 OO 

Craig, H 60 

Curran, Rev. W. B 6 00 

Ebbit, and Prentice 1 OO 

Empson, Mrs 1 00 

Friend. A 60 

Fullcr.F • 60 

Gamble, Mrs 5ft 

Graham, E 25 

Graham, Wm, 26 

Hall, J. S 1 <iO 

Hicks, B 60 

Harris, 8 1 00 

Harris, J 60 

Huddle, Miss 60 

Hinloy, Mrs ft 26 

Johnson, Geo. N 1 OO 

Lamb, B 1 Oft 

Neville, J 50 1 

Ogden, J 26 

Power, J 1 00 

Scott, G 1 Oft 

Scott, J 25 

Smallwood, Dr 4 Oft 

Smith. Alex 6 (lO 

Thro8by,R 1 00 

Tracy, Mra.^ 26 

Tracy, A. B 1 00 

Todd, Mrs ft 12i 

Turner, Wm 2 00 

Wilkinson, Mrs 60 

Wilson, Wm ft 6ft 

Young, A 50 

Total »38 12J 

Collected by Miss A. Mealy. 

Bloomfield, Jos «0 25 

Dadd, W 25 

Friend, A 25 

Friend, A 75 

Healy, C 50 

Uealy, Mrs 50 

Healy, Miss 25 

Healy, A 25 

a.H 75 

. A.Kinnear 25 

L. S. T 76 

Thomas, R 60 



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Wilson, Capt 50 

Wilson, D 50 

W. F. W 26 

Wray, Mrs 75 

Wray, D 25 

Total 7 50 

CoUtcttd by Mrs. Millar. 

Brown, A $0 CO 

BrockwellMra 25 

Comer, C 25 

Comer, W 25 

Crozier, Mrs 25 

Duket, Mrs 26 

Dixon, Mrs 25 

Friend, A 26 

Bird, Mrs 26 

Greenwood, Mrs 25 

Millar, Mrs 50 

Parrington, Mrs 25 

Robinson, Mrs 26 

Sei-jeaut, Mrs 50 

Serjeant, Mrs. B 50 

Starke, Mrs 25 

Tate, Mrs 25 

Tatta, Mrs 25 

Thomas, Mrs.. 25 

Walton, Mrs. W 25 

Walton, Q 26 

Walker, Mrs , 50 

Total S6 76 

Horsfall, R., per Rev. W. B 

Curran 2 00 

Tot-il $54 88i 

TIIINITY CHUBCH. 

Collectedbj/ Messrs Smulie, Thomas, and 
Mead. 

Bell, Mrs. Arthur W ffl 00 

Bayley, Wm 2 00 

Burnett, James 60 

Cowan, David 1 00 

Dorwin, J 3 00 

Etherington, Mr _ 1 00 

Friend, A .». 50 

Forbes, A 60 

Goulden,J 50 

Goodfollow, J 60 

Gregor, Mr 60 

Gulon, Mr 60 

Hannan, Mr 26 

Hall, Mr 50 

Hall, Mr o 50 

Hurst, Mr 60 

Hennessy, John 1 00 

Jewett, C. L 50 

Langford, G. C 60 

Mead, B l 00 

Matthewron, James 1 00 

Mylrea, Mr 1 00 

Paton, Thos 2 00 

Peel, T 1 00 

Robertson, J 1 00 

Slovin, John 1 00 

Skelton, W. J 1 00 

Smylie, Mr...; 1 00 

Thomas, Wm,B 2 00 

Wiseman, Mrs. John 2 05 



Wallace, J 60 

Wickens, James 1 00 

Wheeler, Mrs 50 



Total «81 80 

Collected by Messrs. Handyside and 
Savage. 

Contents of box $4 68 

Handyside, C 6 00 



Bellliouse, D., jun 1 00 

Contents of box 7 00 



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Stodherd, Capt., R. E 5 00 

Savage, John G 10 00 

McGarity, Mr 6 00 

Minchin, W 400 

Birch, G 1 nO 

Baird, Charles J 1 60 

Cawthorne, T 1 00 

Johnson, Thos. R 2 00 

Jones, Miss G., (contents of box). 1 60 

Jones, Mrs. Joseph 2 00 

Merry, W. A 2 50 

Merry, Mrs. W. A 2 50 

Prince, H 1 00 

Ringland, George 2 00 

Reay, Mr 1 50 

Somersall, R. B 2 50 

Sewell, H. G 2 00 

Shackell,H 2 00 

Total S66 03 

Collected by Mr. J. B. Walkem. 

Brydgos, C.J $5 00 

Brydgos, Mrs 5 00 

Cloghorn, Mr 2 00 

Cooper, Mr. W 6 00 

Edmonson, B 2 00 

Haldimand, Mrs. L 4 00 

Slolson, Wm 6 00 

Root, H. B 1 00 

Smith, W. 2 00 

Walkem, C 5 00 



Total 536 00 

Collected by Messrs. Hoemer and Chap- 
man, 

Arnton, J. J 92 00 

Barton, J,. 1 00 

Baird, H 1 00 

Bulling, W. 60 

Chapman, Geo ^ 2 00 

Cole, F „ 1 00 

Durnford, Capt 5 00 

Jlendery, B 1 00 

Hoernor, A. H 2 00 

Judge, J 1 00 

Kirby, J 5 00 

McGinnis, R. P 2 00 

Middleton, W 1 00 

Orr, Miss 100 

Pherls, J 1 00 

Smith, W. H 2 00 

Thompson, W. H 1 00 

Wooding, J 1 00 

Total 930 60 






Collected by Mea$rs. AelsonandJFarren. 

Blnmoro, C fl 00 

Orathern, J 1 00 

Dunbar, Chs 1 00 

Forrest, Miss 50 

Feat, W 1 00 

Friend, A 50 

Harper, John 50 

Hearle, S. A 1 00 

Hannaford, E. r 1 00 

Little, J 1 00 

Lulham, Geo 1 00 

McFarlane, M 1 00 

Mott, Hy 1 00 

Mission Box, R. W 1 75 

Pell, A. J 1 00 

Perrigo, John 1 00 

Raffan, Mrs 1 00 

Toby, M 100 

Wilson, Mrs 100 

Walker, W. S 1 00 

Wurtele, Misses 2 00 

Warren, It 1 00 

Walton, Mrs. C 3 00 

Walton, John A 2 00 

Winter, M 50 

Total $27 75 

CoUectedity Messrs. Church and Sloan. 

Ainslie, H. G 1 00 

fiinmore, Mrs 1 00 

Box. 1 70 

Box 1 05 

Carron, C 50 

Crowhurst, W 50 

Doran, J 2 00 

Dunbar, W 2 00 

Freeman, T 1 00 

Friend, A 1 00 

Shanly, W 4 00 

Stevens, C 2 00 

Sloan, J 1 00 

Virtue, Joseph 100 

Virtue, Jarnes 50 

Wright, W 1 00 

Wray, J 1 00 

Total »22 26 

Subscriptions to Drome Mission. 

Messrs. Haudyside and Savage.. .$66 03 

" Mead, Thomas, and 

Smylie 31 30 

" Nelson and Warren 27 75 

Cooper and Walkem 36 00 

Church and Sloan... 22 25 

Uoerner and Chapman 30 50 

Convery and Lovell, 1863 5 00 

Fen wick. Dr., 1863 5 00 

Bancroft, Dr., 1864 7 50 

Per Bev. Dr. B., proceeds of child- 
ren's sale 6 00 

Miss Jones, ) Proceeds of 

MisB L. Bancroft, } sale of ... 4 00 

Miss Garth, ) work. 

Total $241 83 

NEW gTaSGOW. 

Church Society. 

Campbell, C $0 35 

Campbell, J 15 



Goodbody, Mrs 50 

Goudey, A 26 

Guinn, J 60 

Livingstone, H 26 

Livingstone, Mrs. J 26 

Lloyd, L 25 

Lloyd, Miss 25 

Nevil, G 25 

Poole,'''. S 76 

Kafter, W 25 

Katler, J ;. 50 

Staunton, Mrs 50 

Stephousou, Mrs 1 00 

Stephonsou, Mrs. K 25 

Stephenson, K 2s 

Sievewright, Mrs 50 

Sievewright, Miss 20 

Storman, J 50 

White, Mr 60 

Total $8 00 

KILKENNY. 

Allen, J ®0 25 

Allen, Miss 25 

Allen, B 50 

Brophy, W 50 

Brown, Mrs 16 

English, J 546 

English, Mrs. J 25 

Friend, A 10 

Frazer, Miss 25 

Foster, A 26 

Foster, Mrs. R 10 

Frazer, W. H 25 

Frazer, A 26 

Frazer, S. A 25 

Hamilton, R 40 

Hamilton, W 50 

Irwin, J 50 

Irwin, J., jun 50 

McMorris, J 25 

McMorria, Mrs. J 26 

Nickel, A 25 

Nickel, J 25 

Smith, R 50 

Taylor, Mrs. H 25 

Taylor, C. J 10 

Ward, J 25 

Total »7 60 

NORTH CLARENDON AND THORNE. 

Collected by Mrs. Lancaster and Miss 

jRichardson. 

For Church Society. 

Dagg, Charles $0 26 

Dagg, Mrs. Thos 10 

Eades, Henry 26 

Greer, Mary.. 10 00 

Judgson, G. 31 60 

Judgson, Mrs. G. M 50 

Lancaster, IMrs 60 

Ledger, Marianne 15 

Richardson, Widow 25 

Richardson, William 25 

Ricliardson, Susan l^ 

Richardson, Jane 12j 

Richardson, Thomas 25 , 

Richardson, John 26 

Richardson, Mrs. John 26 

Shephard, Thomas 26 

Shephard, Mrs. Thoa 25 



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Smith, .John 25 

Smith, Mrs. John 26 

Smith, Mre. Matthew 15 

Stanley, George 26 

Stanley, Thomas 26 

For Missionary's Support. 

Judgson, G. M «o 00 

McNeil, Charles 4 00 

Biobardson, Widow 6 00 

TBOBSB. 

Collected by Miss ItichariU. 

For Church Society. 

Acres, Thomas $0 80 

Uodgins, George 1 00 

Hodgins, William 26 

Hasard, Richard 60 

Johnston. Mrs 26 

Moore, Wyman 1 00 

Richards, Mrs 26 

Richards, Susannah 10 

Richards, Aclisah 10 

For Thome Church, 

Codd, Rev. F $4 00 

Hamilton, John 4 00 

Hamilton, William 2 60 

Hodgins, William 2 60 

Hodgins, John 2 60 

Lang, Robert 2 60 

Shaw, James 4 00 

Smith, Robert 1 00 

Smith, Mrs. Robert 2 25 

Smith. J... 2 60 

Wllkins, S 1 60 

ONSLOW. 
For Church Society. 

Amm, James $0 60 

Amm, Joseph 60 

Armitage, Richard o 60 

Bcene, Mrs 50 

Brathwaite, Rev. F. G 1 36J 

Davis, Edward 46 

Flockhart, Alexander 2 50 

Smith, Walton 5 00 

Thompson, William 50 

Collected by Miss Mary Reside. 

French, Mrs. T $0 25 

Gibson, Alexander 60 

Gibson, Charles 60 

Grant, Alexander 50 

McAlister, William R 50 

McLean, Hector M 26 

McMuIIen, Mary J 26 

McNall, David 60 

O'Doherty, Mrs. J 26 

Reside, Mrs. A 26 

Reside, Mary , 50 

Reside, Rose Ann 26 

Velean Adeline 2r^ 

Sums under 26 cts l2i 

Total $16 19 

Toioarda Clerygman's Stipend. 

St. John's the Evangelist, Onslow. 

Azret, James S2 00 

Allen, E. A 3 00 



Amm, Joseph and James S CO" 

Armitage, Richard, jun 4 00' 

Aylwin, Dr. George C 4 00 

Buene, Mary 6 2& 

Davln, Edward 5 OO 

Flockhart, Alexander 6 00- 

McKay, Peter 1 00 

Moore, Benjamin 4 00 

Perciral, Samuel 12 00 

Sinstrnm, Andrew 4 OO 

Smith, Walton, ni 1 Family 40 00 

Sparham,Charles 3 00 

Thompson, Robert 4 OO 

Thompson, William 4 00 

Wyman, Joseph 20 00 

Wyman, Ruggles 1 50 

Total 8128 75 

HACK 8BTTLEMK\T— ONSLOW AND 
URISTOL, 

Armitage, James 92 00 

Armitage, ,Tohn, sen 2 00 

Armitage, Joseph 3 00 

Armitage, Ricliard, sen 3 00 

Hammond, John W 2 OO 

Hodgins, Thomas, sen 2 00 

Ireland, William 2 50 

Murray, George '. 3 00 

Murray,John 2 00 

rhillips, Henry 2 50 

Walsh, Richard 2 50 

Wolsey,. Joseph 1 00 

Wolsey, Robert 1 00 

Young, Francis 1 00 

Young, John 2 00 

Young, Richard 2 50> 

Young, Wesley 2 50 

Total $36 60 

J. TABKR'8 SCnOOI. HOUBE, ONSLOW. 

Campbell, Charles ? . "" 

Clerk, Abraham 

Irwin, Daniel 

Irwin, Widow « .. > 

McKauglian, Hugh 1 00 

McCrosV.J 26 

Tttber, Mrs. John, collected by. .„ 8 70 
Walker, Charles 25 

Total $18 70 

CAPT. MCLBAN'a SCHOOL HOUSE, 
EARDLEY. 

Dowd. Joseph $1 OO 

Findlay, Joseph 1 OO 

Gibson, Charles 1 00 

Kissock, William H 60 

McAlister, John 50 

McAlister, William 1 OO 

McLean, Archibald. 25 

McLean, Bowden 8 1 00 

McLean, Mrs. D. C 2 00 

Mcliean, Hector M 2 OO 

McLean, W.H 1 40 

Rafter, Lucius 1 00 

Reside, Alexander 50 

Riddle, Samuel 70 

Velean, Adeline 25 

Total $14 10 



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RIOPKL'S SCHOOL HOU.SK, BUISTOI,. 

Dellsle, Charles «4 00 

Taber, Edward 8 00 

Total »7 00 

For Parsonaije Fund. 
Smith, Waltou 920 00 

Collected by Mrs. Wymaiij'or Parsonaye 

Wright, CliarlesU »3 00 

Wymau, J 2 00 

Wyman, tiarah 1 00 

Total *2« 00 

For St. Mark's i'hurch, Bristol, 

Anderson, T. B »2 00 

Aylwin, Dr. George C 2 00 

Brathwaito, Francis U. C 12 00 

Delisle, F. W.,( London, England) 97 33 
LeMesurior, Miss A. U. Guernsey 10 00 
Thompson, Robert 1 00 

Total «124 83 

■Colleetedby a friend in Montreal, as per 
list received, for St. Matthew's Church, 
Onslow; St. Mark's, Bristol; St. 
Luke's Church, Eardley "$75 00 

St, John's the Evangelist, Onslow. 

Fercival, Samuel, towards lamps 

for Church $6 00 

Fercival, Samuel, towards Church 

bell 4 00 

For Bell 36 00 

Smith, Walton, Tall for funerals 6 00 
Smith, Stanley,for Sunday-school 

prizes 1 00 

Towards Hymn Books for Church 75 
For Sunday-School prizes 2 40 

ST. ARMAND WEST. 

PHILIPSnURO. 

Collected by Miss Whitweil and Miss 

Munson, 

For Church Society. 

Baxter, Robert, 63rd Kegt 90 25 

Chee8man,C. R 60 

Crossett, Mrs 1 00 

Ferguson, Anthony, 26 

Henderson, John 1 00 

Jameson, Mrs. S 1 00 

Keenan, Mrs. M 1 00 

Luke, Mrs. P 25 

Montgomery, Rev. H 7-50 

Moore, William, 60th R. B 25 

Mnnson, Miss 1 00 

Nash, Mrs 1 00 

Nye, D. T. R., 1 00 

Roberts, Mrs. T. B 1 00 

Smith, W. W 1 00 

Schofield, John, SOtb Regt 25 

Stowe, O.E 1 00 

Striet, L. F 60 

Striet, H. B 60 

Striet, Mrs. L 60 

Van AUen, Mr. A 25 



Whitney, Pliilip o 60 

Whitweil, Mrs 3 00 

Young, Mrs 1 00 

CENTUK nOAD. 

Collected by Miss Throope and Miss 

Jtosenberger. 

For Church Society, 

Bingham, Mrs. C $0 60 

Bissctte, Miss K 26 

Fellers, Mr. William.] .'.] '.'.'. 60 

Johnson, Mrs O 25 

Moore, Hon. P. H "' .'.,'" 1 00 

I'limmerman, Mr. F 26 

Throope, H. S .".'.".'.""." ".'.",""" 60 

Throope, Miss . 25 

Tittemore, Mr. P. C.. "..."...... ........ 25 

Small sums 45 

Collected by Miss Iluiter and Miss U, 

Bur ley. 

For Church Society, 

Burley, SUss H 90 26 

Burnoy, Mr. Bennad 25 

Krans, Mrs. John 26 

Mitchell, Mrs. Charles.,'.'. 1 00 

Mitchell, Mrs. George '.". 50 • 

Ruiter, Miss 50 

Smith, Miss Mary ,",.„' ", "" 25 

Smi"i, Miss Stella 40 

Steward, Mr. Sanford 25 

PIGEON HILI,. 

Collected by Miss Butler a7id Mist L, 

M. Yates. 

For Clutrch Society. 

Butler, Mrs $0 25 

Butler, William 12i 

Brimmer, Miss Lois 1 00 

Evans, Mrs. N 25 

Evans, Mrs. E. J 26 

Holsapple, Mr. W. S 60 

Hubbard, Hon. J. H ;,.„ 60 

Martin, Mrs. N 26 

Schoolcraft, Mr. T 25 

Thomson, Mrs 1 00 

Thomson, Mrs. George 26 

Tittemore, Jacob 25 

Vandewaters, Mrs. M 26 

Yates, Mrs. R 1 00 

Yates, P , 1 00 

Yates, Mr. D 26 

PHIHP8BUR0. 

Subscriptions towards Clergyman's Sti- 
pend, including Pew rents. 

Brigham, J. S., M.D 9& 00 

Burley, Luther 6 00 

Cheesman. C. B 10 00 

Fellers, William 8 00 

Henderson, John 5 00 

Gethings, Miss 1 00 

Holt, Mrs 2 00 

Jameson, S 10 00 

Johnson, Jonathan 3 00 

Keenan, M 8 00 

Krans, Gamer 5 00 

Luke, P. E 5 00 

Luke, P. E., 2nd 6 00 



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Moore, Hon. V. H 10 00 

Moriran, William 8 00 

NyerD.T. R 5 00 

Roberts, T, R 8 00 

Roberts, Chester 8 00 

Russell, Mrs 6 00 

Saves, B 8 00 

Sinith,N. W 10 00 

Smith, reter 5 00 

Stowe, O E 5 00 

Strite,Lewls 6 00 

Striet,H.B 400 

Throope,H.8 4 00 

Whitney. V 6 00 

Whltwell, Mrs 6 00 

PIOSON HILL. 

Subscriptions towards Clergyman's Sti- 
pend. 

Ager, Mrs 81 00 

Albee, J. W 2 00 

Bingham, Mrs. C 2 00 

Bochus, John 2 00 

Bochus, Daniel 1 00 

Brimmer, P. and C 2 00 

Brimmer, H. and C 2 00 

Butler, William and Miss 1 50 

Cammel, Martin 2 00 

Crossette, Miss D 5 00 

Derrick, F. C 1 00 

Helman, MrB.£ 1 00 

Holsapple, W. S 8 00 

Holsapple, John 1 60 

Krans, John 2 00 

Mitchell, E. B 4 00 

Mitchell, Charles 8 00 

Mitchell, George 2 00 

Morse, Hon. A 5 00 

Martin, N 1 00 

Pells, Mrs. E 8 00 

Pells, Mies R 1 00 

Primmerman, John J 2 00 

Primmerman, Frederick K 2 00 

Primmerman, James J 2 00 

Rosenberger, Daniel 4 00 

Smith, James 8 00 

Sagar, Noah 8 00 

Sagar, J.M 2 00 

Stanton, N.W 8 00 

Tittemore, Henry 2 00 

Tittemore, R. L 2 00 

Tittemore, P. W 100 

Thomson, Mrs 6 00 

Tates, Roswell 8 00 

Yates, P 8 00 

Yates, D 1 00 

Stone, S.W 6 00 



PORTAGE DU FORT. 

Church Society. 

Amy, John $1 00 

Gribble. Rev. John 12 BO 

Murphy, E 1 00 

McNight 60 

Rimer, James 2 00 

Rimer, C. 60 

Rimer, £ 25 

Bimer, Mrs 25 



HATXlOCff. 
Collected by Miss Orout. 

Blondin, A «l 00 

Duggan.P 1 00 

Grout, R 1 00 

Kiernan, Rev. J 1 00 

Judgsou, J.£ 2 00 

McLean, R 26 

Le Roy, W 2 00 

White. J 1 00 

Worrill, Mrs 60 

FOBTAOE DU FOBT. 
Collected for Stipend. 

Addison, M 82 W> 

Amy. John 8 00 

Carswell, A 1 00 

Diaper, John 6 00 

Fletcher, R 1 00 

Fraser. C 1 00 

Frost, 8 4 00 

Gorby, E 4 00 

Hardinge, R 1 60 

Hasler. J 4 00 

Hoare, John 6 00 

Ingram, 8 U» 

Lambert, G 6 00 

Luker,P 4 00 

Mason. A 6 60 

Murphy, B 1 87 

Niblett, E 7 00 

Ramsey, C 4 00 

Rimer, Charles 6 00 

Rimer, James 16 00 

Ross, John 4 00 

Shearn.0 1 00 

Slack, J. W 6 OO 

Usborne, Rev. H., (England) . ... 100 00 

Wallace, Thomas 6 00 

Wallace, Mr 3 45 

Wilson, John 7 00 

Wilson, Mr 4 00 

227 32 
HAVEIOOK. 

Orout. J 86 60 

Jeffries, D 1 00 

Judgson, James 8 00 

Judpson, Mrs. Geo 1 00 

Somerville, Thomas 2 75 

Worrill, Mrs 75 

20 00 
CALUMBT ISLAND. 

Creighton. Mrs 81 25 

Huston, J 1 40 

Lett, Thomas 1 00 

Moore, J 8 60 

Moore, W 6 60 

Stevenson, Thomas 60 

TurnbuU, John 40 

Tumbull, Miss ; 80 

18 4S 

COtOKOE. 

Bampford, E 81 00 

Bryson, George 2 00 

Bryson, Thomas l oo 



Bryson, Mrs. ThomaH 7' 

Cameron, John 1 0(t 

Fiiidlpy, MUs 1 00 

Oleason, Thomas 4 25 

Oieason.R 25 

LeRoy.a 2 00 

MoPherson, J 1 00 

Nosmyth, R 1 OO 

Sereney.C l 00 

Stewart, R 1 00 

19 25 

rOTTON AND SOUTH BOLTON. 

For Church Society. 

Boright, Mrs. Nelson !«1 00 

Borlght, Sheldon 1 00 

Darling, Mrs. James 1 00 

Darling, Mrs. D 1 00 

Goddcn, Kov. J 8 00 

Manson, R. N 1 00 

rerkins, David 1 00 

Perkins, L. A 1 00 

Parker, F. J 5 00 

Total f20 00 

Collected by Miss Blanchard. 

Blanchard, George $0 25 

Chisamore, Ira 50 

Dunning, B. F 22 

Foster, Margaret 10 

Friend, 10 cts. , and Friend, 60 cts. 60 

Manson, D. A 60 

Manson, Orrin 12^ 

McLaughlin, David 25 

Perkins, L. D 60 

Perkins, Jcduthan 12^ 

Peabody, Samuel 25 

Peabody, Albert 12 

Total $8 54 

Collected by Miss Ingram, 

Boright, Mrs. Sheldon $0 25 

Boright, Sheldon 60 

Baily, Mrs. J. C 11 

Blanchard, S. J 22 

Duggan, P 25 

Dunning, B. F 25 

Elkins, M.L.,Jun 26 

Green, Solon 22 

Hollingsworth, John 11 

Hollingsvtrorth, Margaret 09 

Ingram, Miss £ 25 

Kilbom, C.R 25 

Little, Jerusha 13 

McLaughlin, D 26 

Manson, W.B 25 

Manson, Mrs. Robt 26 

Martin, Nelson 25 

Parker, Mrs. F. J 25 

Peabody, Mrs. S 12 

Peabody, Matthew 25 

Perkin8,A,C 25 

Perkins, C.C 25 

Spencer, Mrs 83 

Smith,Tho8 25 

Swasey, JohnA Oil 

Turner, E. D 25 

Total 96 94 



Collected by Miss Crten {Bolton). 

Driver, H fO 25 

Fessenden, E. J 2 OO 

Friend 50 

Green, Gilman 60 

Green, Ellen 40 

Holland, D. W, C 25 

McMannis, Mrs. John 1 00 

Sweat, P 10 

Total m 00 

Collected by Miss Houldsxoorth. 

Baufleld, H. N »0 22 

Davis, Alonzo.. 22 

Davis, Milo 1 00 

Fessenden, E. J 2 00 

Godey, R 022 

Houldsworth, Elizabeth 60 

Ives, H. L 25 

Lincoln, D. E o 45 

McMannis, John 60 

Martin, E. M o 25 

Porter, John i oo 

Rexford, E l oO 

Skinner, Mrs. S 022 

Skinner, Samuel 45 

Total $8 28 



SABREVOIS. 

Subscribed towards Missionary's 
support $42 OO 

Towards Clergyman's Stipend. 

Bower, John J f2 00 

Bower, Mrs 25 

Bower, Jane K 25 

DeGruchy, Philip 5Q 

Jones, Thomas 2 00 

McGillivray, James 6 00 

Miller, Jesse 100 

Miller, Samuel 1 00 

Masseau, Nicholas 1 OO 

Roy, Charles, sen 10 00 

Roy, Madame 60 

Roy, Florence 25 

Roy, Salome 25 

Roy, Lucien 25 

Ryan, Thomas H 100 

Ryan, Henry H 25 

Tetrau, Eugene 3 00 

Total 828 60 

Church Society, 

Bower, John J $1 00 

Bower, Mrs 25 

DeGruchy, Philip 76 

Fenn, Rev, N. V. 7 60 

Masseuu, Nicholas 60 

McMuIIen , Alexander 60 

McMullen, Mrs 60 

Roy, Charles, sen 4 00 

Roy, Madame 60 

Roy,Florence 26 

Roy, Salome , 26 

Roy, Lucien 25 

Roy, Jean 25 

Roy, Edouard 2 60 

Byan.H.H 25 






Kyan, Tlioma» H 200 

Ryan, Thoniaa 1 W 

Totrau, Kugene ^ w 

Total »28 60 

ST. ANDREWS. 

Collected by Miss J)e Hertel, 
For Church Society. 

Bothuno, Mr »J 00 

Burwasb, Mr. S } W) 

Brown, Mias J w 

Clunie, Mr \ 00 

Clunie, Mrs ■ • 60 

De Hortel, Miss \ 00 

Evans, 31rs 50 

Farish, Mr J 00 

Farish, Miss 1 00 

Fitzgerald, Mrs. T 60 

Hanson, Mrs 1 00 

Howard, Mr 60 

Jefferson, Alex 26 

Johnson, Mrs. James 26 

Jones, Jlr. E., son 2 00 

Jones, Miss 60 

Kempley, Miss 50 

Kempley, Mrs 60 

Kempley, Mr 60 

Lonadert, Kev. K 7 50 

MacDonald, Angus 25 

Mayrand, Mrs. R 50 

Magrath,Mr. 60 

McArthur, W. B.. 26 

Macdonald, Mrs. J. K 5 00 

JUcNaughten, Mrs 60 

MacDonald, Mr. A 60 

Parker, Mrs 26 

Robertson, Mrs 60 

Simpson, Mrs. G 1 00 

Simpson, Moses 60 

Simp8on,Mr8. R 1 00 

Stevens, G 26 

Weightman, Mrs 26 

Wanless, Mrs. T 60 

Total »36 76 

Collected by 3Iiss Mary Hoy. 

Clarke, Mrs fO 60 

Coplestone, Mrs 50 

Friend, A 60 

Forbes, Mrs. W 1 00 

Gaudry,Mr8 60 

Hooper,Mr.F 1 00 

Hoy,W 25 

Jameson, Mrs 50 

Jones, Mrs 50 

Leaning, Mr 50 

Nichols, R. G 50 

Robertson, Mrs. U 50 

Schneider, Mr. G 1 00 

Schneider, Edmund 26 

98 00 

Collected by Mrs. Wainright. 

Albright, Mrs. N *0 50 

Burwasb, Mrs 1 00 

Burwasb. Mrs. H 60 

Hyde, Mrs 26 

Hyde.Mr.N 100 



JouoH, Mr. E 1 00 

Wainright, Mrs. J 060 

•475 

Collected hy Miss Sarah Anne Burwash. 

Albright, Mr. W «0 PO 

Albright, Miss M. J 25 

Burwash, Mr. John 1 00 

Burwasb, Mr. Albert 1 00 

Burwasb, Mr. M. F 50 

Burwash, Miss S, A 25 

Burwash, Miss E. H 26 

Howard, Doctor 1 00 

Kingsbury, Mr. E 26 

Kingsbury, Mr. George 1 00 

Loroy, Mr. Martin 1 00 

$7 00 
Contributed towards, Endowment Fund. 

Albright, Mr. M 910 00 

Forbes, Mr. W 10 00 

Jones, Mr., sen 6 00 

Loudsdell, Kev. R 10 00 

MacDonald, Mrs. J 4 00 

Offertory collection 22 00 

Robert«on, Mr. L 10 00 

Schneider, Mr. G 10 00 

$8100 

ST. JOHNS. 

Allen, Mrs $0 50 

Aston, Mrs 25 

Baldwyn, Mrs 1 00 

Bissett, J 250 

Coote, J 500 

Coote, Mrs 2 00 

Charlton, Mrs 1 00 

Darnell, Kev. H. F 7 60 

Davis, Mrs 50 

Drum, Mrs 1 00 

Fletcher, Mrs 26 

Friend,A 25 

Futvoye, Mrs , 1 00 

Hall,Mr 100 

Longueuil, Baron de 5 00 

Macrae, W 5 00 

McDonald, Mrs. W. 60 

McGinnis, Miss 60 

McGinnis, Mrs. K 50 

McDonald, E 2 60 

Osgood, W 100 

Osgood, Mrs 25 

Fence, Mrs 1 00 

Feiroe, Mrs. C 75 

Pickle, Mrs 26 

Simmons, S 50 

Vaughan, Mrs 60 

Wilkinson, Mr 60 

Wilkinson, G 60 

Wight, Mrs 60 

Subscriptions too late for 1863. 

Macrae, W $6 00 

Taylor, Major 2 00 

Harrison, Mrs 1 00 

Futvoye, Mrs 1 00 

Davis, Mrs 1 00 

$58 60 



ST. VINCENT DE PAUL. 

For Church Society. 

Allan, Rev. John 97 60 

Allan, Mrs 1 00 

Children 1 CO 

810 00 

SOREL. 

Collected by Mr. Jamea Jones. 
For Church Society. 

Anderson, Mrs. John $10 00 

Anderson, Rev. W 7 60 

Armstrong, C. H 6 00 

Armstrong. James 1 26 

Austin, F. Percy 2 00 

Allen, E. C 1 00 

Allen, The Misses 50 

Bramiey, Miss 2 00 

Bell, Mr 1 00 

Bell, The Misses 60 

Cuthbert, Miss 10 00 

Clark, Mrs. E. A 6 00 

roohran, Mrs 1 00 

Dorge, Jacob W 1 00 

Finlay, David 2 00 

Fleming, William 50 

Forgraves, John 60 

Fulftr, Mrs 60 

Fi8h,.Ralph 60 

Gibb,Mr 2 00 

Gouin, Mrs 1 50 

Green, Mrs 60 

Harb, Mr 1 00 

Johnstone, Doctor 2 00 

Johnson, A 26 

Kittson, Mrs 1 60 

Kerr, Miss 1 00 

Lunan, Wm 6 00 

Marshall, Mrs 1 00 

Martin, A 1 00 

Mountain, E 40 

Mountain, Mrs. II 26 

Nettleton, Thos 60 

Pearse, William 1 00 

Pope, Samuel 1 00 

Smith, Williana 1 00 

Sheppard, Mrs. William 50 

Sheppard, Miss Jane 26 

Saxbon, William 6> 

Saxbon, John 60 

8avigny,A 1 00 

Vincent, Mrs 87* 

Woolley, Thos 2 00 

WooUey, William 60 

Wurtele, C. J. C 1 00 

Wylie, James 60 

Wright, Mrs 50 

Endowment Fund. 

Cuthbert, Miss 880 00 

Clarke, Mrs. E. A 20 00 

Davle8,W.H. A iOO 00 

S. P. a. Mission to the Heathen. 

Anderson, Mrs. John 820 00 

Anonymous 6 00 

Brown, Miss 6 00 

Bramiey, Miss 4 00 



Carter, Mlsi '...; 90' 

Cuthbert, Mist 60 00 

For Missionary purposes 1 00 

Fosbrooke. Captain 1 00 

Hunt, Mrs. R l oo 

In Memory of a Brother 5 00 

Jones, James 1 00 

Kittson, Mrs 60 

Little Nellie's oflbring for Hindoo 

Children 7 25 

Lunan, William 8 00 

Saxton, William 1 00 

" The blessing of the Lord makoth 

rich" 600 

Thankoffering 5 00 

Woolley, Thos 2 00 

Woolley, William 1 00 

STANBRIDGE EAST. 

Collected by Mrs. Covey, 

For Church Society 82 00 

For local purposes 2 00 

Collected by Mitt Baker. 

For Church Society 81 76 

For local purposes 7 42| 

Collected by Mi»$ Lucy Baker. 

For Church Society 82 12i 

For local purposes 8 02} 

Collected by Mist P. M. Cornell. 

For Church Society (2 50 

For local purposes 8 00 

Collected by Miss Baker ^ Miss Cornell. 

For Sunday-school 86 00 

Collection for Sunday-school. ... 70 
Collection for Building Fund. ... 14 16 
Collection for Building Fj.nd. ... 6 03 
Gift per Mrs. Z. Cornell to Fund. 4 00 

Per Ladies' Society 16 90 

Per Ladies' Society 00 

Rev. I. Constantino's subscription 7 60 

Subscriptions towards kitchen and shed 
for Parsonage. 

Anderson, O.R 81 00 

Baker, C.J 3 00 

Baker, Thomas 2 00 

Berathy, Andrew 1 00 

Bryan, D.W 10 00 

Corey, Brothers 6 00 

Corey,M.&B 4 00 

Cornell, Mrs. Z 7 00 

Cornell, Mrs. S. H 100 

Friend, A 1 60 

Jones, J, M 2 00 

Jones, Samuel 2 00 

Pierce, F 90 

Rycard, S. F 50 

SUTTON. 
Church Society. 

Collected by Miss E. R. Frary and Mis 
E. Smith. 

Ahem, Miss 80 60 

Boright, G. H 1 00 

Boright, S. H 50 



<w 



■ t 



Q 



98 



,.f> 



Cttttw. F. A., H.0 60 

Dr«r, G. C 1 00 

Dyer, Mn 1 00 

Dyer, Mrt. E. A 1 00 

Fr»ry, As» 60 

Frary, O. 1 00 

Fmry, Mr«. D 60 

Fr«ry, Miga E. R 26 

Kemp, £ 1 00 

LaUnne, Miss 1 00 

Biblook, A 1 00 

Scofleld.afrs 26 

Smith, Rer. John 7 60 

Squier, Capt. M 1 00 

ABKBCORN. 

Collected by Mr$. B, Seaton. 

Fay, R «0 60 

NIeld, A 1 00 

O'Brien, Miss M 26 

Seaton, B., M.D 1 00 

Seaton, Hra i 00 

Shepherd, Mrs. R 1 00 

Spencer, R., 60 

Spencer, Mn 60 

Total 924 76 

For Parsonage Fence 989 60 

For Missionary's Support, 

Allen* Jeremy 816 00 

Austin, A 6 00 

Boright, H 6 00 

Coapland, John 2 00 

Cutter, F. A., M.D 1 00 

Dyer, Q. C 80 00 

Davison, Andrew 8 00 

Frary.Asa 12 00 

Frary, G 10 00 

Frary, Geo 10 00 

Hunt, J. r 9 00 

Hunt, A 8 00 

Kemp, E 20 00 

JLalanne, Miss 6 00 

Lefleur, A 1 00 

Longeway, James 60 

3ioiliitt,T 2 60 

Mewton,T 8 00 

Millook, A 8 00 

Robinson, John 6 00 

Royce, G.C 1 00 

Scofleld, S 2 00 

Smith, B i 8 00 

Squier, Capt. S 8 00 

Sweet, E 4 00 

Upstone, John 8 00 

Wilkinson, Wm 1 00 

Wyatt, John 2 00 

Wyatt, James 60 

Wyatt, Richard 2 00 

Barnes, Job 2 00 

BPEHOKK nBIOBBOimHOOD. 

Allen, Wm 81 00 

Boright, Dennis 8 00 

Hawley, Geo 2 00 

Laplant,Syl 2 00 

Robinson, Sam 8 00 

Sawyer, Ed 6 00 

Simpson, John 10 00 

Spenoer, F. T 2 00 

SiPierre, J, B 8 00 



Abercom. 

Bangs, N 80 26 

Carrie, U. C , 2 00 

Faye, R. E 6 00 

Hooper, Mr 20 

McUowen, T 2 00 

Minor, L W 1 00 

Nield, A 8 00 

O'Brien, T 10 00 

Rycard, Mr 16 

Seaton, B., M.D 12 00 

Shopard, A. A 6 00 

Shepard, C 2 00 

Smith, A 1 00 

Spenoer, R 8 «0 

Wllley, J 2 00 

Willey, N., , 2 00 

Total, 8282 10 



VAUDREUIL. 

For Church Society. 

Aude, George 80 60 

Blenkinship, Joseph loo 

Cameron, Mrs. A u 26 

Cameron, John o 60 

Clark, Alexander 60 

Cash 1 00 

Davidson, Joseph o 60 

Davidson, Christopher 26 

Davidson, John o 26 

Davidson, Mrs Ann 26 

Davidson, Mrs o 12^ 

Graham, William, 60 

Grisdale, John o 26 

Hodgson, John 2 00 

Hodgson, John o 26 

Hodgson, John 26 

Hodgson, William o 60 

do for 1868 60 

Hodgson, William o 60 

Halcro, Mrs. A o 60 

Ivison, James 1 00 

Ivison, Mrs 60 

Mathison, Miss 1 0<) 

McCulsh, John 60 

Manson, David 26 

Metcalf, Richard 26 

MoNaughton, Dr o 26 

Pyke, Kev.J 7 60 

Fyke, Mrs 1 oo 

Fyke, Miss 1 oO 

]^ke. Miss Mary 1 no 

Fyke, Miss £ 26 

^kcJamesW 26 

Parsons, Timothy o 76 

Parsons, Thomas 60 

Park, James 1 00 

Park, Mrs 1 00 

Robinson, R. G 1 flO 

Robinson, W.K 60 

Robinson, J. N 60 

RobinB,R.8 1 60 

Shepherd, R.W 6 00 

Simpson, Joseph 60 

Simpson, Isaac 60 

Simpson, Leah 26 

Stopnenson, W o 26 

Saunderson, Joseph O 25 

Thompson, John 180 

Thompson, Henry 60 



09 



Tajlor, Mra., 1863 1 OA 

Valence, Johu u AO 

Valence, Mm ""fi 

Total ilMl >7i 

WAKEFIELD. 

Collected hif Mias A, Seaman. 

AtkJn, A »100 

Barton, (joorgo 1 00 

Harton, Mistt 60 

Colbart, John 1 00 

Colbart, 8 60 

Colbart, Mrs. E 26 

Carrol. Patrick 26 

Earle, Robert 50 

Fitzpatrick, Mrs 60 

Johuston, Wm 60 

Higgins, Henry 60 

JlJgglns, Wm 60 

Matobitt, James 60 

Moore, Charles 60 

Miller, John 60 

MoPherson, W 50 

Prichard, James 60 

8eaman, Miss 1 00 

Seaman, Revd. John 6 00 

Tobejr, J 60 

Total lie 00 

Collected by Misi M. Reily, 

Johnston, Wm $0 50 

Lattemar, Abram 60 

Lesley, Wm 60 

Mahon,Wm 100 

Mahon, John 26 

Nesbitt, Mary 26 

Obery, Edward 26 

Reilly, George 1 00 

Reilly, John 25 

Trouse, Thomas 1 00 

Woods, William 1 00 

Woods, Mrs 25 

Total 96 75 

WATERLOO. 

Collected by Mrs. Ellit. 

For Church Society. 

Allen,G.H Jll 00 

Allen, Mrs 50 

Arnold, A 1 00 

Barr, G 50 

Brown, Mrs 50 

Bartlett. J.H 75 

Butler, Mrs. J. C 1 00 

Consens, R 50 

Danning,Mrs 50 

Ellis.RrA 500 

Ellis, Mrs. R. A 1 00 

Ellis, Mrs 1 00 

Edgarton, J.B 100 

Friend to the Chnrch 1 00 

Harvey, 8. C 25 

Hill, Mrs 50 

Howard, Mrs 50 

Lang.R.W 75 

Lay, J.B 1 00 

Minekler, Mrs. H. N 110 



Martin, Mrs 1 00 

Cutting, Mrs 1 00 

Parmolee, W. (i 2 00 

Parmoloe, A. B 50 

Parsonage, J. D 1 00 

Pray,31rs 26 

Reynolds, Mrs 50 

Robinson, Mrs 10 00 

Robinson, Mrs. E 060 

Hache, Mrs 25 

StevoHH, Mrs. G. G 60 

Hpackman, Mrs 1 00 

Slaok.E 300 

Shepherd, Mrs 26 

raylor,Mrs. W. A 1 OO 

Young, G 1 00 

MmaUsums 10 

Total 848 20 

Colltcted by Miss L. Ellis. 

Allen, Mary »0 60 

Alien, Laura 60 

Arnold, Lizzie 60 

Arnold, Gertrude 60 

Booth, Rebecca 60 

Blythe, Henrietta 26 

Butler, Jennie 25 

Butler,£mma 26 

Butler, 8eleucia 26 

Carter.C. M 60 

Dampier,Emny 26 

Douglas, Alice 25 

EllisTJennie 60 

Ellis, Charlotte 26 

Elli8,Louisa 1 00 

Ellis, Miss 60 

Galbraith, Eliza 60 

Hungerfor*!, Emily 26 

Howard.Mary 25 

Johnson, Ellen 100 

Johnson, Lily 1 00 

Kenedy, Eleanor 60 

Nichols, Hannah 26 

Reynolds,Miss 26 

Reynolds, Julia 25 

Philips, Sarah 60 

Taylor, Josephine. 60 

Walsh, Mary 26 

Wmard,Ml88 25 

Total 812 50 

Collected by Miss Booth. 

Armstrong, Mrs 80 26 

8mallBum8 45 

Total 80 70 

Collected by Mrs. Lee. ' ; 

LccSelby «0 25 

Lee, Mrs 26 

McLaughlin, J 26 

Small sums 48 

Total 81 18 

Collected by Miss Codd. 

Ashton, Mrs $0 26 

Asbton, Mr. and Mrs. H 60 

Cttrtis,P.A 036 

Codd.James 1 OQ 



100 



Cmid, Mn. JUBM TOO 

Codd,E.M OK 

Codd.Hrai7 OJO 

ToUl tW76 

CfAlKted by tttv. D. Lindiay, 

RowmM, J 60 

Coburn, EIIm 26 

DelawRe. Kmlly » W 

Ji'Mter"Hoi). A. B., ML.C 6 00 

HnntinftoB, lion. L. 8.,M.l'.r.. 6 00 

JoiiM.C. H 8 00 

.|.jutf'«,C.Q 1 00 

JoiH'». r 60 

LImloay, R«v. 1> 7 60 

Llnilftny, Knth »nd Klisabfith. ... 60 

LiDdMv, Wm. and Walter 60 

Piekle.0 060 

Wlllianu, Juhn 6 00 

Total imTh 

Total amount tOl 08 

L«M exebange on ■Urer, 

fte ? 100-»0008 

Mn. W. Dampler, ipeeiaUy for 

Endowmentrond 4 00 

Sub$criptiona to Fulford Church. 

Arnutrong, Mrs. J fO 60 

Arnold, A. 8 00 

Baker, Joel 1 00 

Baker,8.ftW 100 

Baker, W 100 

Baker. W 100 

Browne, C. S 100 

Butler, Mn. J. G 1 00 

Clark, W 1 00 

DaTldton. Rev. J 100 

Davies, W. H. A 6 00 

Dixon, A., 1000 ft. lumber 4 00 

£nklne,J.,M.D 8 00 

Evans, J 1 00 

Evant, 8. R 1 00 

Evana. W 1 00 

Festival 81 67 

Foster,C.W 100 

Fourdrinier. F. £ 2 00 

Garth, C 2 00 

Qeddes,0 2 00 

Gibb, J 6 00 

Grier, James 6 00 

Hall,C.S 100 

Handviide, C 1 00 

Hayes, H 1 00 

Heath, W.B 8 00 

Howard. Dr 5 00 

Hurlburt, A 100 

Hutton, J 3 00 

Kemp, Mrs 1 00 

Laing,R.W 100 

Lay.J. B 100 

Lewis. Amasa 2 00 

Lindsay, W 1 00 

Lowe. J 1 00 

Lasher, E 1 26 

Martin, C.S 1 00 

Marvin,E 1 00 

Mavor U Co...m 1 00 

Maynee,C 100 

JJUn^r, J I 00 



MusTO, T. 

Parkyns,J 

rattiion, W. M ... 
Payton. Ronnie. . . . 

I'lerson, W 

Frownek Co 

Kaa.J 

Revnnlds.A 

RoDertnon, I<4*lth... 

Robiuion, Mrs 

Ruiter, J 

Hanbom, M 

Mlaok, E 

8laok. Rev. GtHirgo. 
Hmlth h Cochrane.. 

Hnodiraas. A 

8pa<jkman, J 

Taylo", R 

Taylor, W. A 

Townsend, W. A 

Walton, John 

Walton, Mrs 

WUUanu, John.... 



300 
1 00 
1 00 
1 00 
1 00 

1 no 

200 
1 00 
A (M) 
6 00 
8 00 
1 00 
800 
20U 
200 
1 00 
1 00 
1 00 
1 00 
1 00 
1 00 
200 
600 



Total »147 04 

CotUctedfiyr the mpport (\f Pariah— from 
the Endowment Fund. 

Mrs. Robinson's Mortgage of 
91000.00. Interest in nill to 
date 1160 00 

Hon. A. B. Foster, land valued at 
SICOO.OO, on account of rent due 100 00 

Jonathan Robinson, Esq., mort- 
gage of A600.00. Interest in full 
folate.; 3000 

Luke Robinson, Esq., mortgage of 
•600.00. Interest in full to date 30 00 

R. A. Ellis, Esq., mortgage of 
•600.00. Interest in f\ill to dato 



30 00 



Subacriptiona. 



Arnold. A 810 00 

Ashton, Mrs 6 00 

Ashton, H 4 00 

Allen, D.L 2 00 

AUen,C 4 00 

Armstrong, Mrs. J 2 00 

Armstrong, J 1 00 

Butler, Mrs. J. C 2 00 

Brownins, T 2 00 

Brown , C. 8 2 00 

Blackwood, W 100 

Bartlett,J 76 

Booth, Hugh 1 00 

Booth,Leander 1 00 

Booth, J. C 2 00 

Booth, John 2 00 

Bowker, C 1 00 

Bowman, J 1 60 

Black, A 60 

Curtis,F.A 2 60 

Cairn8,G 1 00 

Clark, W 2 00 

Coburn, 1 00 

Coburn, J 1 00 

Coburn, Eliza 60 

Crowhurst, W 100 

Codd, George, 10 00 

Codd, James 5 00 

CoddfHonry , 4 00 



101 



Carter, R. L. fc 8. H 4 00 

C»rt«r.W 600 

COUMDR, K 2 00 

Cuh 200 

Dampier. W 2 00 

Delmago, Mm 2 00 

Msartoii, .1. B 2 00 

Kmkino, Dr 13 00 

Fourdrinlor, K. K 5 00 

F<wtor, Androw 2 (K> 

Front. U 1 00 

Farley, W fiO 

FoAtor.H. E 4 00 

Urier, .lamPM 8 00 

Oallway.W .. fiO 

HuntiiiKtou, llun. L.» 13 00 

U«b<>rt, A 1 CO 

Hutohens.A. U 2 00 

Hall, C. 8.... 2 00 

llawk.P 60 

Hawk.U. W 060 

llawk,D. U 60 

mil, R 4 00 

Howard, U 2 00 

Uolden, Lynian 2 00 

Hannah, Fanny »» 60 

Harlow, B 60 

Heath, W.B 2 60 

.loneB, Thomas rt (K) 

Jones, C H 8 00 

Jones, C. J 1 00 

Jones, W. U 2 <N» 

Jones.J. H 2 GO 

Keef, John 1 no 

Lewis, Ann 60 

Lewis, Amasa 6 <)0 

Lewis, Silas n 60 

Lewis.M.A 100 

Lay, John 2 00 

Lambkin, P 1 00 

Lawson, J 8 00 

Lawrence. W.0 100 

Lee.Selby 6 00 

Lainir, R. W 4 «0 

Latty, 8 6 00 

Miller, J 1 00 

MoClintock, C o 60 

McClintock, U 1 60 

Maynes,C 2 00 

Maynes, 8 1 00 

Martin, E. D 60 

McKenna, 8 1 UO 

Moflhtt, J..., 2 00 

IMckle, 4 00 

Parmeleo, W. G 6 00 

Parmelee, D. E 2 00 

Parsonage, J. D 5 00 

Porter, Joseph ft 60 

Phelps, P 1 00 

Fayton, R 1 60 

Plerson, W 2 oO 

Reynolds, Mrs 6 00 

Richardson, S 60 

Snodgrass 1 80 

Sbaw.S 1 00 

Snodgrass, J 2 00 

Slack, £. 10 00 

Spackman, J 2 00 

Spearman, Mrs o 60 

skinner, C 2 (H) 

Taylor, W. A 2 00 

Taylor, William „. 2 00 



Temple, G. H '. 1 flO 

Temple. A, T 1 6<» 

Thompson, A. A 60 

Wallace, J. W 1 00 

William, John 18 SO 

Winchester, IT 6 00 

Young, G 6 (H\ 

Total .wTu 66 

wi:sT faTinham. 

Church Society . 

AllHopp, J.C i|i| 00 

AlUopp, MrM. Geo 1 oo 

AINopji, MiHH 60 

Allsopp, K. M 60 

Amos, F.J 60 

Barr,J.O l OO 

Buck, R 1 00 

Chillingworth, H l oo 

Dickson, W 1 00 

Donahue, W ftoo 

Douglas, J 1 00 

Elder, Miss l oO 

Firmin, J. R i oo 

Firmin, Goo o 60 

Hase, T o 26 

Base, W o 25 

Hoskin, J 6l> 

Hungerford, J. A 1 00 

liandsberg, J 060 

Leslie, J 100 

Marvin, Q. R. i oo 

Meigs, D. B 1 00 

Moinen, R l oO 

Mosher, J l oO 

Mussen, Rev. T. W 7 60 

Musson, Mrs. T. W 6 00 

Oshier, P 026 

Oshier, Mrs. P 26 

Pearson, W 1 00 

Pearson, T 1 00 

Pearson, R o go 

Robinson, J 1 oo 

Robinson. W 1 00 

Seale, J 2 00 

Seale, G 1 00 

Truax, G 1 00 

Wolch.G 1 00 

Welch, W.H 60 

Wilson, W 1 00 



Allsopp, 
Barr, J. 



Total «47 60 

Towards Clergymnn'a Stipend, 

, Mrs. Geo $10 00 

Barr.J. O 900 

Buck, R 16 12* 

Donahue, W 10 00 

Douglas, J 400 

Elmes, G 6 00 

Firmin, J. R 14 00 

Hungerford, J. A 6 00 

Landsberg, J 260 

Leslie, J 300 

Marvin, G. R 6 00 

Meigs, D. B 6 00 

Mosher, J 2 00 

Oliver. W 200 

Oshier, P 8 00 

Pearson, W 200 



102 



Feuchen, Mrs 6 00 

RiMley.E-H 6 00 

Robinson, W 2 00 

Whitfield, J. F 10 00 

Whitfield, O 10 00 

Wilson, W -. 600 

Total »134 62i 

WEST SUEFFOKD. 

Church Socieiy. 

Allen, Richard »0 25 

Allcn,Mr8.A 26 

Allen, Miss Anne 26 

Bell. George 50 

Bell, Mrs. Nelson 25 

Bell, Samuel, sen 50 

Bell, Richard 25 

booth, Mrs. T., wid 50 

Booth, Andrew 25 

Booth.JamesT 25 

Booth, Mrs. James T 25 

Booth, Thomas, 2nd 26 

Guindon, Mrs 26 

Holland,Mr 50 

Hayes, Mrs. James 50 

Knott, Charles 25 

Levingston, Elmer 50 

Levingston, Lydia 12^ 

iVioffkn. Malcolm 25 

Suail.Mnt 25 

oberts, Duke 1 00 

Roberts, Mrs. William 75 

Stone, Samuel, jun 12^ 

Stone, Mary Jane 12} 

dtupple, Mrs 60 

Todd, Mrs. William 26 

Tait,Mr. 60 

Whitten, Rev. A. T 7 50 

Whitten, Mrs. A. T 60 

Whitten, John A 050 

Whitten, William V 50 

Whitten, Marcus V 25 

Whitten, E. S. R 12J 

Whitten, JuliaF 12* 

WiUiams, Mrs 1 00 

Total 20 12i 

Totoarda Clergyman's Stipend. 

Allen, D. D 84 00 

Allen, Abraham 2 UO 



A'len, Miss Anne 2 00 

Booth, James T 6 00 

Booth, wid. T 2 GO 

Bell, Nelson 2 00 

Clark, W. H 6 00 

Cooley, H 6 00 

Oavies, Captain 6 00 

Uayes, James 4 00 

Hayes, Gilbert 4 00 

Fiwley, Mrs 8 0« 

Lawrence, Mrs. Isaac 2 10 

Kotzabaok, Benjamin 2 00 

Roberts, Duke 6 0« 

Roberts, William 6 00 

Wood John 6 Wl 

Wood, Charles 6 tM» 

Westover, Asa 20 00 

GRANBY SOUTH KIDOE. 

Collected by Miaa M. J, Neil. 

Dimond, Charlotte 80 26 

Friend, A 10 

Kennedy, Sarah A 12i 

Miller, Robert 20 

Neil, Mary Jane 2S 

Neil, Edward 10 

Neil, John 10 

Semple, Mrs., son 20 

Seale, Mrs o 25 

Towarda Chrgyman'a Stipetid. 

Cunningham, William 83 00 

Cunningham, Robert I (n\ 

Dimond, Samuel 1 BO 

Fife, Presoot 1 OO 

Kennedy, Thomas l oo 

Latty, James 8 00 

Neil, Samuel 3 00 

Neil, John 2 00 

Neil, Edward l oo 

Parker, Harry i oo 

Robinson, Thomas l OO 

Seale, Edward i oo 

Taylor, Joseph i oo 

Taylor, John i oo 

Donations to Parsonage house.. . 20 00 

Total 56 M 

Proceeds of Festival for St. John's 
Church, West Stafford 85 00 

Total .#9196 



CHUKCH SOCIETY. 



MISSIONARY BOX LIST FOR 1864. 



No. 1 coutained $3 22 



2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

H 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

34 

35 



I • • • • 



82 
90 
88 
3C 
05 
99 
31 
19 
20 
40 
69 
85 
06 
68 
04 
00 
07 
25 
06 
51 
22 
31 
68 
3. 67 
2 39 
1 00 
1 96 
6 49 
1 45 

1 23 

2 68 
62 



No. 36 contained |2 71 

37 " 4 61 

38 " 2 68 

40 " 3 01 

41 " 2 92 

42 " 21 

43 " 1 42 

S. " 12 00 

B.B. « 13 72 

G.B. " 9 55 

70 « 14 62 

71 " 1 27 

100 " 1 89 

103 «« 1 90 

104 " 2 11 

106 " 2 60 

108 " 4 89 

110 " 1 42 

110(old)«' 41 

112 «« 9 60 

113 « 54 

114 " 4 03 

116 " 22 

116 " 2 48 

118 " 07 

119 " 12 

120 «' 2 41 

122 " 6 89 

123 " 36 

125 " 28 79 

L. '« 2 50 

126 « 2 12 



APPENDIX. 



I. A Bequest of a sum of Money, or Shares of Stock, or Public 
Debentures for the general Purposes of the Society. 

I give and bequeath to the '» Church Society of the Diocese of 
Montreal," the sum of 
Currency, (or Shares of Stock in the Bank of 

), standing in my name in the books of the said Bank, or (if 
Debentures, describe them briefly,) upon trust, to be by the said Church 
Society applied to and for the uses and purposes of the said Society, as 
specified in the Act of Incorporation, and none other. 

II. A Bequest of a sum of Money, or Shares of Stock, or Deben- 
tures for one or more of the specif c purposes of the Society. 

(Same as the foregoing, only instead of the words in italics, say :) 
For and towards the encouragement and support of Missionaries and 
Clergymen of the United Church of England and Ireland, within the 
said Diocese of Montreal, — the creating a Fund towards the augmenta- 
tion of the Stipends of poor Clergymen of the said United Church within 
the said Diocese ; and making provision for those who may be incapaci- 
tated by age or infirmity, and for the Widows and Orphans of the Clergy 
of the said Church in the said Diocese. 

Or, 

For and towards a Fund for circulating, in the said Diocese of 
Montreal, the Holy Scriptures, the Book of Common Prayer of the 
United Church of England and Ireland, and the Books and Tracts 
approved by the said Church Society, for circulation within the said 
Diocese of Montreal. 

Or, 

As an aid towards the erection, endowment, and maintenance of 
Parishes or Missions, Recording to the Establishment of the United 
Church of England and Ireland within the Diocese of Montreal. 

A Devise of Peal Estate for the general purposes of the Society. 

I give and devise unto the " Church Society of the Diocese of Mont- 
real," all and singular, &c. (Describe the Real Estate clearly.) To 
have and to hold the said, &c., unto the said Church Society of the 
Diocese of Montreal, and their successors, for ever : upon trust to hold 
and apply the same, and the rents, issues, and profits thereof, and the 
proceeds of the sale thereof, should the Society sell the same, to and for 
the uses and purposes of the said Church Society, as specified in the Act of 
Incorporation, and none other.